Professional-quality 3D printer prototypes affordably

The IdeaWerk 3D printer is priced for enthusiasts and students' budgets.
Offering professional-quality specifications and, according to RS Components, exceptional print output, the IdeaWerk 3D printer costs £599, priced to attract electronics engineers, enthusiasts and students.

The price is approximately 30% cheaper than other 3D printers in its class, claims the distributor. It uses FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling) technology and offers specifications including a build volume of 150 x 150 x 140mm and a minimum layer thickness resolution of 0.18mm. The single-head system accepts 1.75mm-diameter PLA filament materials with different colours, also available from the company.

Environmentally friendly PLA material is used to eliminate toxicity or chemical pollution or unpleasant smells. The low print noise makes it suitable for use in the office, home or classroom.

The robust and sturdy construction is easy to assemble and lightweight enough to be portable. Dimensions are 211 x 403 x 298mm and it weighs 7.5kg.

It can be used in either online or offline mode, i.e. with or without a PC with connectivity via SD Card or USB. It is compatible with Mac OS and Windows OSs including XP, Vista, 7 and 8/8.1, with no additional software or accessories necessary.


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Caroline Hayes

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