While this model didn't make the best prints, it is very easy and intuitive to use, making it a good option for beginners
techgearlab.com - Dremel Digilab 3D20
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.
Depending on your wants and needs, the Dremel DigiLab 3D45 can either be seen as a fairly excellent or highly limited 3D printer. If you plan on staying within the Dremel ecosystem while you print, the Dremel DigiLab 3D45 is a terrific machine that promotes safety and reliability. But once you decide to stray outside of the manufacturer’s proprietary boundaries, the capability of this 3D printer takes a noticeable nosedive.
Dremel’s Popular 3D Printer is Now Faster and Easier to Use
io3dprint.com - Dremel Digilab 3D40 Flex
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.