Dremel Idea Builder 3D Printer

Jan 23, 2015

Category: Tech

While 2015 won’t be the year 3D printing goes mainstream, that just means if you get a 3D printer, your coolest-guy-on-the-block cred will rise that much higher. And why not start off with something easy to use?

Dremel’s Idea Builder 3D Printer is aimed squarely at the newcomer, with simple software, a pre-installed extruder for fast setup right out of the box, and a full-color touch screen for ideal object previews. Specs-wise, the Idea Builder delivers a 100 micron resolution, 10 available colors of plant-based filament, and a large, removable build platform that lets you create objects up to 9″ x 5.9″ x 5.5″ in size. The fully enclosed workspace keeps all dust out while reducing noise, and there’s a robust community to tap into for help and ideas on what to build next. [Purchase]

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