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Dremel Digilab 3D45 3D Printer $1999 Delivered (Was $2800) @ Amazon AU

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It is the lowest price yet, according to camelx3. RRP is $2795.

Dremel is part of Bosch, so it should have better official hardware/software support compared to other more budget options. This model has pretty good reviews on Amazon US (4.4 / 5 with 300+ reviews).

It is under "Toys & Games", so not qualified for cashback as far as I know.

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  • +1

    It looks like a nice machine. The build volume is quite small. It may be a decent price for this particular machine but personally, I think 2 grand can buy you a much more capable machine from some very reputable manufacturers.

  • +6

    Don't assume that the small companies have bad support and the big company will have good support. Prusia and Creality have fantastic support, and huge userbases who are very supportive. $2k for this is a joke. $500 gets you a Creality Ender 5 with change spare for some filament, and it has a bigger build volume than this.

    • +1 for ender 5….theyre great

      Not to mention you can print your own upgrades for Ender series

  • +3

    over priced! Just like the drone industry, big name doesn't mean they do better in everything.

    • Yeah. This is just a rebadge. The wholesale price for this was only $440 if I remember correctly.

  • +2

    The Dremel Digilabs are actually made by FlashForge. I have had a Dremel IdeaBuilder 3D20 since 2015. It prints first time every time, even now over 5 years later it prints first time every time, no levelling the bed each print (PLA). The software was a bit closed source in the early days but now it just uses Cura. With my 3D20 the biggest pain was when i was unable to find any official Dremel filament and getting standard 3rd party filament spools to fit, but luckily enough the Flash forge dreamer had the same issue so there were plenty of 3d modeled spindle holders to print and rectify the problem.

    Now I know 5 years is a long time but I had some 3d printers before that and they were a mess of bad clogging and inconsistent extruders and step skipping (Again things have moved a long way in a short time).

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