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3D40 Idea Builder™ Printer

  • Brand: Dremel
  • Part: 329286
  • SKU: DML3D4001
  • Vendor SKU: 3D40-01
  • UPC: 080596039752

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Features/Specs

General
Includes
  • 3D Printer
  • instruction manual
  • quick start guide
  • USB Flash drive
  • spool of filament
  • power cable
  • USB cable
  • build sheet
  • build tape (2)
  • object removal tool
  • unclog tool.
Special Features
  • Dremel 3D40 comes with complimentary software. This application converts your 3D digital files into buildable model files. Dremel 3D40 is also compatible with Simplify3D; sold separately. Maximum Build Volume: 10” x 6” x 6.7” / 255 mm x 155 mm x 170 mm Layer Thickness: 4 mil | 0.004 inches 100 microns | 0.10 mm
Returnable Yes
Box Dimensions 23.3" L x 19.4" W x 19.2" H
Individual Packaging Weight 43.2500
Individual Packaging Retail
Color

Silver

Product Height 16.00 INCH
Product Width 15.50 INCH
Product Length 20.25 INCH
Battery Information Product does not require a battery

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