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Dremel Digilab 3D40 Flex

  • Usable Filament Diameter

    1.75 mm

  • Build Area

    155 mm x 170 m x 255 mm

  • Resolution

    50 - 340 µm

Product Overview

Dremel Digilab 3D40 Flex Specification


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

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 155 mm x 170 m x 255 mm in the Dremel Digilab 3D40 Flex, 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 Flexible Steel Plate.

Usable Filament Diameter
1.75 mm
Build Plate Material
Flexible Steel Plate
Build Area
155 mm x 170 m x 255 mm
Max. Nozzle Temperature
230 ºC
Build Volume
155 mm x 170 m x 255 mm
Number of Extruders
Build Plate Leveling System
Semi-Auto Leveling
Filament Chamber Closed
Open Filament System
Total Mass Overall Dimensions
394 mm x 406 mm x 514 mm
50 - 340 µm
Build Chamber During Process
USB Port
Ethernet Port
Door Sensor
Hepa Filter
Filament Runout Sensor
16 kg
394 mm x 406 mm x 514 mm
AC: 100 V - 240 V, .8 - 1,8 A (47- 60 Hz)
Total Weight
16 kg

Where to buy the Dremel Digilab 3D40 Flex

The lowest price is $1499 for the Dremel Digilab 3D40 Flex, available from 3dprintlife.com.

Dremel Digilab 3D40 Flex 3D Printer | 3D Print Life

Reviews of the Dremel Digilab 3D40 Flex


Based on 4 reviews

Dremel’s Popular 3D Printer is Now Faster and Easier to Use
  • - 4.2
The Dremel 3D40 Flex should be your first choice 3D Printer if you’re buying a 3D printer for your children or a school. It’s also a great choice if you want a plug and play 3D printer. Dremel’s reputation for quality and great customer service is evident and the new flexible print bed makes it just that bit easier to use.
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Dremel DigiLab 3D40 Flex Review
  • - 4.2
Overall, using this 3D printer has been a fantastic experience. Dremel has removed (most of) the guesswork out of 3D printing, making the process fun and intuitive. After the first couple prints, I never worried that a print was going to fail. The only problem that I experienced was when I changed from white to blue filament, the filament wound around the spool holder during the loading process without my noticing; this caused tension on the extruder that led to one print failure. Likely, it was user error. The enclosed build chamber makes the machine more consistent (due to temperature stability), quieter, and safer (around children and pets). It’s quiet enough to have a normal conversation right beside it.
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Dremel Digilab 3D40 Flex 3D Printer In-Depth Review
  • - 4.2
When you are out there buying you should look out for comparing print speed, quality, as well as layer resolution of the printers in the same price range, and do not forget about the world-class customer support provided by the company.
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Dremel Digilab 3D40 Flex Review
  • - 4
Overall, the Dremel Digilab 3D40 Flex is an excellent 3D printer choice for the classroom setting. It features user-friendly setup and operation, fast connectivity, safe design, and produces high-quality prints. Although the filament is limited to Dremel's PLA, it is easy to work with and proves to be sufficient for basic education. So, if you want something that gives you more flexibility as an artist, you may try out its sibling, the 3D45. There is no better way to welcome students into the beautiful world of 3D printing than using a helpful and tailored tool like the 3D40 Flex!
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