Dremel has announced the debut of its newest 3D printer, the Dremel DigiLab 3D40 FLEX 3D Printer.
The 3D40 FLEX includes a flexible build plate to help make it easier to remove parts after printing – one of the biggest challenges with most 3D printers today.
To accommodate more users, the 3D40 FLEX also prints 30 percent faster in draft mode. The printer also features higher resolution capabilities to better print intricate features like arches, organic forms, small details, engravings and diagonals.
- Flexible build plate for easy removal of prints
- 30 percent faster printing while in draft mode to maximize the utilization of the machine
- 50 (.05mm) micron resolution to better print more intricate and detailed designs Cloud-based printing software to easily maximize printer usage
- UL-certified and rigorously tested to ensure safety
For educators interested in hands-on, project-based learning, Dremel has an education-focused offering featuring both the 3D40 FLEX and the Dremel DigiLab 3D45 3D Printer. In addition to the products, users receive access to a four-hour professional development course and 30 standard lesson plans for students ranging from third to 12th grade.
The Dremel DigiLab 3D40 FLEX will be available at select retailers and online this February (MSRP $1,299 USD). For more information about the Dremel DigiLab 3D40 FLEX and the entire DigiLab suite, visit digilab.dremel.com.