Dremel 3D Idea Builder was announced today at MakerCon in New York City, the first 3D printer to be released by a major tool manufacturer, and represents further maturation of at-home additive manufacturing. With initial sales being handled by traditional tool-sales outlets Home Depot, Amazon, and Canadian Tire, it promises to help expose 3D printing to a new range of users. With a combination of accessible features, smart packaging, and a 9 price point, it’s obvious that the Dremel Idea Builder is a machine aimed squarely at the mass market.

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The Idea Builder: Dremel Releases a Mass-Market 3D Printer

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