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Dagoma Neva

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41
4.1 out of 5
41 user ratings
5 stars
29 %
4 stars
56 %
3 stars
14 %
2 stars
0 %
1 stars
0 %

Pros

  • Always Enabled Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly
  • considerable build volume
  • decent print quality and faster than

Cons

  • Absence of touch screen interface
  • the printing of other layers is not that difficult
  • the print bed is neither rectangular nor square

Key specs

  • 0, 0 um
  • PLA plastic

Dagoma Neva - Pros & Cons

Dagoma Neva

Pros

  • Always Enabled Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly
  • considerable build volume
  • decent print quality and faster than
  • The overall experience of working with this software is good
  • easier to maintain and simpler to create spare parts

Cons

  • Absence of touch screen interface
  • the printing of other layers is not that difficult
  • the print bed is neither rectangular nor square

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Dagoma Neva - Full Specifications

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Dimensions
Colour of productBlack,Red
Layer resolution / Thickness (Z-axis)
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Max. object size width0.0 in
Max. object size height0.0 in
Max. object size depth0.0 in
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Power
Operational Power Consumption (min-max)0 - 0
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Materials
Printable materialsPLA plastic

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