Dremel 3D45 Review // Dremel’s Latest 3D Printer

This is the Dremel IdeaBuilder 3D45 3D printer. It has a relatively small 6.7″ x 10″ x 6″ build volume, but it can do a lot in that space! Watch to hear my thoughts and experience from unboxing to today.

You can find the 3D45 on Amazon here : http://bit.ly/dremel3D45

Filaments used :
MatterHackers PLA : http://bit.ly/MatterhackersPLA
MadeSolid PET+ : http://bit.ly/mhPET
MatterHackers PRO Flex : http://bit.ly/flexPRO
NinjaTek NinjaFlex : http://bit.ly/ninjaFLEX
Dremel Nylon : http://bit.ly/DremelNylon
Dremel Eco-Abs : http://bit.ly/eco-abs


SugarBooty says:

Try going even slower, 7mm/s. I need to print very slowly on my printer for flexible filament.

El Chefe says:

A good product. In 2015.

Larry198s says:

god the green and red very cool IL never buy white its very hard too see details

Shadowedmecha says:

*good sir why are you in the printer*
But seriously, awesome video as always, Devin! Keep up your amazing work!

Meikle says:

Not worth $1.8k

brandon wittwer says:

had the previous dremel 3d20 wouldnt recommend their printers save 1k and buy a prusa i3 mk3 you wont be disapointed

Quentin Campbell says:

Been waiting for a proper review on this. Not something I would buy. But interesting to see. It’s 50/50 on pro’s and con’s. Thanks.

eri says:

I’m glad to see that they didn’t do the filament lockout when adding their auto-select convenience feature. I’m assuming you just select manually on the screen which type it is if it’s not Dremel branded or select your temperatures, right? Also, can you upload pre-sliced gcode to their website if you don’t like their slicer, or do you need to use USB or something for that?

Text Missing says:

It’s so weird hearing you refer to something that clearly isn’t a rotary tool as a Dremel, when Dremel is basically synonymous to rotary tool

Vadim Andreyev says:

1800, Carl, 1800…

Lolek Bolek says:

The price is a joke.

BManx2000 says:

$1800 gets you a glass build plate and gluestick? Are you kidding me?

zhexy _30 says:

I need help i put on my cr 10 the micro swiss hot end and now i have retraction problem i use cura can someone help me please??

Sarkazmo Loafy says:

Is it worth 9 times the price of hobby printers?

Dyara Baram says:

Why dose it make a line around the actual print?

International Space Station says:

One of these days I’m gonna get a Fusion 3 F410. It’s a $5000 printer that probably has the same functionality as a $1000 printer. But damn them babes caught my eye at my college and it’s a medium term goal to get my hands on one eventually.

eri says:

You should make a spindle adapter for standard sized spools to fit into the dremel spool holder.

RomanoProductions says:

Devin is “The Genie in the Dremel” can we rub him?

Manny Quan says:

How do you get sponsors because I want to get sponsors

Hyper Hektor says:

i lke the preiview in the TFT, but other than that i dont see anything special.

Vincent Groenewold says:

Cutting into a 1800 Dollar printer to be able to fit a standard(!) spool. Although they allow it, I wouldn’t call that “supported”. To me it signals more that they actually do want to limit that in the future. Also, almost no innovative features which I would expect for that price and the quality doesn’t seem that much better to me than a well tuned Prusa.

Zaydlogan says:

1800$ dollars and you don’t even get auto level

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Thanos The Titan says:

How much does it cost to keep and own solid works

Charlotte Berry says:

You should try making a Nerf gun

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