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Dremel Digilab 3D45 3D printer technical specifications and pricing

Dremel DigiLab, the educational division of Dremel, has launched its new Dremel DigiLab 3D45 3D printer, a desktop machine specifically aimed at advanced users in the education market.

3D Printing Industry attended the launch of the new Dremel 3D printer to learn more.

The DigiLab 3D45 3D printer is the first from Dremel since 2016’s Idea Builder 3D40 and introduces enhanced safety and remote management features. The Dremel DigiLab 3D45 3D printer is priced at $1,799.

A view of the Dremel DigiLab 3D45 build chamber. Photo by Rushabh Haria.
A view inside the Dremel DigiLab 3D45 build-chamber. Photo by Rushabh Haria.

Safety for educational use

The 3D45 requires no additional setup and comes with a fully enclosed see-through build chamber, allowing users to monitor their designs from multiple angles from a safe distance.

Geared towards the education market, the 3D45 3D printer also has two integrated active carbon filters, to protect users from potentially harmful fumes from the 3D printing process.

John Kavanagh, Global President at Dremel, said that

“3D printers have become an essential teaching tool as the world’s economies gear to the needs of the next industrial revolution. The Dremel DigiLab suite provides the tools and range to inspire children and give them the skills they’ll need for the workplace of the future.”

“The DigiLab 3D45 is the first 3D printer designed to perfectly suit the school environment,” John Kavanagh added. “It combines simplicity of use and reliability with the capacity to produce advanced designs at a price that schools can afford.”

Introduction of new features

The Dremel 3D45 can 3D printer PLA, but also supports more advanced materials such as Eco-ABS and nylon. The fully enclosed build chamber minimizes warping from temperature fluctuations, while a filament recognition system automatically adjusts heat settings to achieve the optimum conditions for 3D printing.

Another new feature is the integrated HD camera within the 3D printer, which allows time-lapse monitoring and remote control of one or more 3D printers simultaneously over WiFi on phone. This can even be done on handheld devices using the Dremel App.

3D printing a mechanical hand on the Dremel DigiLab 3D printer. Photo via Dremel.
3D printing a mechanical hand on the Dremel DigiLab 3D printer. Photo via Dremel.

Technical Specifications

Build volume: 25.5 x 15.5 x 17.0 cm

3D printing technology: FFF/FDM

3D printer dimensions: 39.4 x 51.5 x 40.6 cm

Weight (without filament): 19.4 kg

Maximum resolution: 50 micrometers (0.05mm)

Data transfer options: USB, Wifi, Ethernet


Dremel Digilab 3D45: $1799.00, includes black Eco-ABS filament, black nylon filament, USB cable, USB stick, “Dremel DigiLab 3D Slicer” software, spatula object and glue stick

Dremel DigiLab will be at Bett 2018, ExCel London North Hall, Stand C411, from 24-27 January.

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Featured image shows Dremel DigiLab 3D45 3D printer at the Bett show2018. Photo by Rushabh Haria.