FlashForge Dreamer 3D Printer

FlashForge Dreamer 3D Printer

FlashForge Dreamer 3D Printer

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Product Highlights

  • 9.1 x 5.9 x 5.5" Build Volume
  • 100-Micron Resolution
  • Dual Extruders for 2-Color Printing
  • Compatible with ABS, PLA, & PVA Filament
  • Print from SD Card, USB, or Wi-Fi
  • Mutli-Language LCD Touchscreen
  • Multiple User-Defined LED Pixel Strips
  • Self-Calibrating Build Platform
  • 2 Spools Filament & 4GB SD Card Included
  • Windows & Mac Compatible
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The Dreamer 3D Printer from Flashforge allows you to create three-dimensional prints from up to two colors and materials, up to a build volume of nearly 300 cubic inches. Mix and match colors in ABS, PLA, or water-soluble PVA filament to create prints in resolutions as fine as 100 microns, or in rougher 400-micron layers when a quicker, less intricate result is required.

Send your prepared 3D files to the Dreamer via USB, Wi-Fi, or SD card, and navigate the menu via its 3.5" multi-language touchscreen. The enclosed build chamber insulates heat, creating an ideal environment for ABS printing. When printing with PLA, open the glass door to provide ventilation. Dissolvable PVA filament is also compatible with the Dreamer, and can be used for printing filler or support structures that can then be easily removed post-printing without tools.

The Dreamer's built-in filament chambers ensure your filament is fed to the extruders smoothly and without winding errors. Your Dreamer 3D printer comes fully-assembled with a build plate that does not require calibration, two spools of filament, and a 4GB SD Card, so you can begin printing right out of the box.

Dual-Color & Multi-Material
Maximize the Dreamer's capabilities by using two colors to create colorful prints in a variety of combinations. Switch from ABS to PLA materials depending on your needs, and use dissolvable PVA filament to build support or filler structures that you can then easily remove post-printing by immersing in water.
Multiple Connectivity Options
Transfer your completed designs to the Dreamer via USB cable, SD card, or Wi-Fi.
Multiple Resolutions
Choose a slower, finer resolution setting when building intricate, detailed models at up to 100-micron layer accuracy. Select faster, draft-like conditions as coarse as 500 microns per layer when you require a rougher, less accurate print.
LED Strip Lighting
User-defined LED strip lighting lines the interior of the Dreamer for increased visibility. You'll be able to see your 3D models come to life at every step.
UPC: 739410613769
In the Box
FlashForge Dreamer 3D Printer
  • 1 kg Spool of ABS Filament
  • 1 kg Spool of PLA Filament
  • 4GB SD Card
  • Limited 3-Month Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
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    Print Technology Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)
    Build Volume 9.1 x 5.9 x 5.5" / 23.1 x 15.0 x 14.0 cm
    Cubic Build Volume 300 in³ / 4916 cm³
    Layer Resolution (XY Axis) 100 microns / 0.1 mm
    200 microns / 0.2 mm
    300 microns / 0.3 mm
    400 microns / 0.4 mm
    500 microns / 0.5 mm
    Number of Extruders 2
    Extruder Nozzle Diameter 400 microns / 0.4 mm
    Positioning Precision XY: 2.5 microns / 0.0025 mm
    Z: 11 microns / 0.011 mm
    Filament Diameter 1.75 mm
    Filament Compatibility ABS, PLA, PVA
    Enclosure
    Build Area Enclosed
    Filament Spool Storage Internal
    Camera No
    Scanner No
    Build Plate
    Composition Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Magnetic No
    Heated Yes
    Build Plate Temperature 32 to 248°F / 0 to 120°C
    Leveling Self-Leveling
    Software
    Printer Supported 3D File Types .x3g
    Software Supported 3D File Types .gcode, .gx, .obj, .proj, .stl, .x3g
    Linux Compatibility No
    General
    Power Requirements 115 to 230 VAC
    Operating Temperature 60 to 90°F / 15 to 32°C
    Storage Temperature 32 to 100°F / 0 to 37°C
    Dimensions (W x H x D) 12.6 x 18.4 x 15.00" / 32.00 x 46.74 x 38.1 cm
    Weight 34.00 lb / 15.42 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 38.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 22.126 x 21.102 x 16.929"
    Dreamer 3D Printer is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 13.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing printer at a great price! We purchased the Flashforge Dreamer after having myriad issues with two larger, more expensive single extruder printers from another company. The Flashforge is the only printer we could find with a dual extruders, and after seeing it in action at the NYC Expo we were confident enough in the build quality to place an order, and we are very glad we did! The setup is basically idiot proof - we are noobs to 3D printing, and had the machine loaded, leveled and printing perfectly within 30 minutes! PLA prints like a dream with the bed set to 70 Celsius, and ABS also prints well as long as you apply some blue tape and glue stick to the heated bed. Have yet to try HIPS as a dissolvable support structure for complicated ABS prints, but that's the idea behind the dual extruder, so that's soon to come! Either way, the Flashforge Dreamer is an awesome printer and the best value in the industry that we could find!
    Date published: 2016-05-04
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from do not expect them to honor rebate I bought this when it came with a $250 mail-in rebate. I mailed all required docs 3 months ago. Still haven't received by rebate. When I contacted them, they couldn't even tell me if they received it. They said it would take a while to process. It's been 3 months! As for the printer, it works fine. Wish it had auto-bed levelling. Also has a bug where long prints via USB will mysteriously crash with a file print content error - works fine if you copy to SD card and print from there.
    Date published: 2017-03-04
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent first time printer. We love it. Lots of tutorials on line to help with issues. All printers I looked into had reviews with different issues. This unit seemed best for our level of experience and what we wanted to create. We have issues but still researching those problems. Some thing print great, others bad... all are downloadable items... we have not designed our own yet...still learning.
    Date published: 2016-01-02
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best 3D printer value! Great 3D printer! Affordable and fairly easy to setup and use. Technical support is readily accessible and there are support videos on FlashForge's USA web site at ---------------video-tutorial. There are spool adapters and other useful accessories that you can download and print from-----------------. Works out of the box with the included FlashPrint software although I would recommend purchasing the Simplify3D software for greater control at -----------.
    Date published: 2014-12-23
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent solution I'm very pleased with this 3D printer. For a space that has grown up around DIY, it has been a challenge for ready-to-go products that don't sacrifice capabilities at the same time. The FlashForge does this for sure, providing a well built dual extruder setup with a heated bed. The included software is relatively bad, but adding Simplify3D completes the picture and produces a fantastic solution. I have messed up a few prints through the learning curve, but that is to be expected. From an improvement perspective, spool mounts for larger spools need to be modified (look for OmniStand that you can print out) - that should be the default configuration, and the software that I already mentioned. Otherwise great value for the dollar and an altogether good solution. A tip when buying: get the extended service plan or use a credit card that extends the warranty, since it only includes 90 days.
    Date published: 2016-12-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great printer with a great price I have reviewed many 3d printers and something kept bringing me back to this one. Then at work, our company bought 3 of these to play with besides some pretty hefty 3d printers for industrial purposes. After months of using, they told me that the Dreamers are holding up like brand new and endorsed them heavily. Furthermore, the MakerBots they had purchased had many issues and they suggested avoiding them. Once these dropped to $850 after rebate, I acted quickly to scarf one up b4 they disappeared! So far I have noticed that leveling is simple and the heated board makes it easy for prints to stick to the bed (sometimes too well!). Preheating the bed is easy and a nice feature as well. Even on regular print settings, the prints turn out flawless. I love the ability to dual extrude with any materials as well. Thingiverse and Tinkerplay have given my children and I endless ideas to try... If you are on the edge about one of these, take the plunge as you won't regret it. Until you get one, you will be only wondering what can I do? Once you get one, you will know!
    Date published: 2015-12-22
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Decent printer, customer service..not so much I purchased this printer on Jan 4th, the last day of the Christmas rebate. I dutifully sent in the required form and the info asked for. April 3rd, still no rebate. I contacted Flashforge several weeks ago about the rebate and their question was Where did I send the form? It was sent to the address on the rebate from. When I told them that via e-mail, all I have gotten since is crickets. So while it is a decent printer, don't expect much support.
    Date published: 2017-04-03
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Printer is fine. Lack of information/documentation I'm just a beginner in 3d printing and this printer was the first one that I bought. I suppose there are lot of folks who are in the field for long time and who knows a lot about every aspect of 3d printing. But I don't. I bought idiot's guide 3d printing book to get into it. Well, reading brought me closer to knowledge of the process but still not at comfortable level. It seems like lack of good quality information/documentation for products becomes a tendency at this time. Instead of supplying it manufacturers refer you to community blogs or forums. The Flashforge is not an exception. I was not even able to find tech specs for the printer on their web site. So, unless you are experienced person in 3d printing, you'll find yourself in a vacuum of guidelines. You have to collect them in pieces one by one and then sort them out. Time consuming and difficult process. The printer itself functions well. Assembly does not take much time. Loading/unloading filament is the most annoying process. And I'm still not sure that I do it right. The reason I suppose is in difference of actual product and documented one. Filament unloading does not work as described. Whenever your print does not look like you wanted, you'll have to figure that out what is the cause - software, printer, or your setup. I suppose I've built wrong expectations when I was buying most user friendly printer. You have to learn a lot before your friendship actually begins.
    Date published: 2016-10-28
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