Dremel DigiLab 3D45 Review

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This is my initial feature review of the Dremel DigiLab 3D45.
I will make a few more shorter videos covering specific things but I tried to cover the things that I care about the most; especially UX.

I love this printer and very highly recommend it so far. Proprietary filament is still somewhat of a drawback but I think the pros outweighs the cons. And while their filament is a bit more expensive than some others, it is very good quality.

Leave your questions below and I will happily answer them in subsequent videos.


John Zabaldo says:

Very helpful review Andrew! I purchased the 3D45 as my first ever 3D printer for my engineering business after watching Andrew’s 3D45 “First Impressions” video, and asking him a few questions about which printer was right for ME. I am brand new to 3D printing and really enjoying the easy touchscreen interface, live camera, and cloud control ability on this 3D45. I’ve done several prints already and while I struggled with Nylon sticking to the build plate, my Eco ABS prints have been coming out super clean and without fail. I intended to 3D print some production plastic pieces eventually, and looks like the 3D45 will be able to support this. One big issue for me was the enclosed chamber; I wanted a printer that I could keep in my office where several other people also work. The charcoal filter is keeping the office from smelling toxic, and also keeps the sound down to an acceptable level. Overall, its been a couple weeks and I’m really happy with the 3D45. Andrew was instrumental in helping me choose the 3D45 over another printer I had in mind, and he has been super responsive to follow-up questions I’ve had. Thank you Andrew! Keep up the good work~

J says:

Where is the source for the Dremel version of Cura? Could you ask them to provide a link? I think it’s required as part of the Cura licensing agreement

Michael Platt says:

Does it use proprietary filament?

Angel Rivera says:

Great review!

STEMology says:

Nice work! Do you see this machine fitting into classrooms like the 3D40, or do you think it is better suited for a more professional setting?

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