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Dremel Digilab 3D20

  • Usable Filament Diameter

    1.75 mm

  • Build Area

    140 mm x 140 mm x 228 mm

  • Layer Height

    0.1 mm

  • Resolution

    100 - 300 µm

Product Overview

The Dremel Digilab 3D20 is a desktop 3D printer that delivers high-quality prints and is user-friendly. With a max nozzle temperature of up to 230°C, this printer has the ability to print with a variety of materials such as ABS, PLA, HIPS, and PETG. The Dremel Digilab 3D20 uses 1.75mm filament and prints at 100 - 300 µm resolution, making it perfect for printing high-quality prototypes, jewelry and other small items. With a build area of 140mm x 140mm x 228mm at a maximum print speed of 100 mm/s and a 0.1 mm layer height, this printer is capable of printing high detail, accurate prints in less time than other printers. Plus, it uses direct drive type of extruder and an acrylic build plate material for quick and easy use.

Dremel Digilab 3D20 Specification


It uses Fused Deposition Modeling 3d printer technology.

There's a direct drive extruder inside.

This direct drive extruder means that the extruder is mounted on the printhead. This then pushes the filament directly into, and out of, the hot end and into your print.

Extruder Type
direct drive
Print Technology
Fused Deposition Modeling

The usable filament diameter is a 1.75 mm diameter.

There are 1 extruders in the printer. Having more than one extruder attached to the printer can help you print material faster, as the printer can focus on multiple elements at once.

You'll get a 140 mm x 140 mm x 228 mm in the Dremel Digilab 3D20, so make sure everything you want to print fits in this. You can make do by making your print in pieces, and then assembling, however, sometimes you'll just need a larger build area.

The build plate is made from Acrylic Plate.

Usable Filament Diameter
1.75 mm
Build Plate Material
Acrylic Plate
Build Area
140 mm x 140 mm x 228 mm
Max. Nozzle Temperature
230 ºC
Build Volume
140 mm x 140 mm x 228 mm
Number of Extruders
Build Plate Leveling System
manual Leveling
Filament Chamber Closed
Open Filament System
Layer Height
0.1 mm
Total Mass Overall Dimensions
355 mm x 399 mm x 485 mm
100 - 300 µm
Build Chamber During Process
Door Sensor
Hepa Filter
Filament Runout Sensor
9 kg
355 mm x 399 mm x 485 mm
AC: 120 V, 1.2 A (60 Hz)
Total Weight
9 kg

Reviews of the Dremel Digilab 3D20


Based on 3 reviews

While this model didn't make the best prints, it is very easy and intuitive to use, making it a good option for beginners
  • - 4.5
Delivering a rather lackluster set of results in our tests, the Dremel Digilab 3D20 is a so-so 3D printer in our minds. We do like the intuitive and easy to use interface of this printer, as well as how easy it makes it for operations like filament changes or bed leveling. The customer support also seems great to us but we did have some test prints that came out less than stellar — particularly models with overhanging geometry.
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Dremel Digilab 3D20 3D Printer In-Depth Review
  • - 3.4
Being an educational purpose 3D printer, the manufacturer has managed to include the essential features required for its operation. Some users may feel the lack of automatic bed leveling and struggle with filament removal major challenges. But as you start working with this printer, you would know that the money you paid is well justified. The printer can help you create your first model with ease. And, you can learn a lot of other nuances of the technology with this easily affordable 3D printer.
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Dremel Digilab 3D20 Review
  • - 4
The Dremel Digilab 3D20 is a great choice of an entry-level printer that any beginner looking to have an amazing first-time 3D printing adventure. It is easy to use and produces respectable printing results. Not to mention that it requires no customization and has a reliable support network that you can fall back to anytime you run into issues. The overall peace of mind you get when using this 3D printer can impress even the more experienced 3D printer handlers. If you are looking for a printer that offers consistent quality and ease of use, try the 3D20 and experience the simplified process. As it stands right now, I can see only one printer giving the 3D20 a run for it's money, and that's the Qidi Tech 1, although I doubt Dremel would be too worried about that. The Dremel Digilab 3D45 is doing quite well, making a bit of a name for itself within the high-end 3D Printer categories.
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