The Dagoma Neva 3D Printer is a personal, plug-n-play FDM 3D printer that can be used by anyone, from kids to students, hobbyists, and any other geek. It is simple to use and comes already built, including everything you need to quickly enjoy your printing experience. The tap-tap extruder and the resume and pause feature streamline the filament loading and unloading process. You’ll only have to tap twice on the bed and the filament will travel independently between the extruder and the nozzle. The end-of-the-filament function will automatically pause the print in case of filament run-out, giving you the possibility to insert a new spool and resume print from where it left off. It has been designed to be cost-effective and accessible to all. It’s been used to print a wide variety of models, including toys, figurines, jewelry, replacement parts, musical instruments, and more. Read on to discover more about this delta printer.
Look how accurate and well-shaped this armchair is.
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What about this dual color gun? Its parts perfectly fit together and it looks accurate and smooth as well.
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The Dagoma Neva 3D Printer is an FDM 3D printer that can print layers at 50 microns. This way you can produce parts with smooth exterior surfaces. The performance stepper motors allow printing up to 80 mm/sec delivering consistent print quality.
The Dagoma Neva 3D Printer has a 0.4 mm nozzle, giving you the best balance between speed and detail.
This is a delta-type 3D printer with high print speed. Since there is minimal vibration of the print bed, the print quality is high. Also, its sturdy structure partially composed of 3D printed parts ensures high resistance to shocks.
Dagoma Neva 3D Printer prints with PLA, Flexible PLA and other materials.
The extruder comes with a fan for printing with PLA-type materials. By cooling the model down, it reduces warping, stringing and, generally, makes for higher quality prints. A tap-tap system let you easily control the filament feeding.
The Dagoma Neva 3D Printer prints with standard 1.75 mm filament. You can choose the filament you want from the vendor you prefer to create all kind of projects.
The build area is 7.1 x 0 x 7.9 inches (180 x 200 mm). It gives you a variety of printing possibilities. Also, larger models can be printed in parts and then assembled using acetone (for ABS) or glue (for PLA).
For example, one user 3D printed a personal algorithmic artwork. These Helicoid meshes are 20 cm tall.
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A 3-in-1 button handles all the printer functionalities. Namely, via the single button you can easily power on and off the machine, start a print and pause it for easily filament replacement and color change.
It supports USB and SD card connectivity, giving you the possibility to print your 3D models with ease.
The printer comes with Cura software. It allows you to manage all the printing settings, such as filament type, infill percentage, and print quality, just to name a few.
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Dagoma Neva 3D Printer is available in black with orange arms and trims. Its stylish look makes it ideal for family use, education, industrial prototyping, and more.
The printer dimensions are 12 x 10.8 x 21.1 inches (305 x 275 x 535 mm). It weighs 11 lb (5 kg). The filament spool might be placed beside the printer. However, you might use your Dagoma Neva to 3D print a functional spool holder.
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The price of the Dagoma Neva 3D Printer is $584.00, which is reasonable considering its functionality, build quality and smart features.