FlashForge Dreamer 3D printer specifications and price!

Last week we brought you news that makers of the popular Creator 3D printer, FlashForge, are releasing a new model named the Dreamer. This week we’re happy to be able to share specifications of FlashForge’s latest release and most importantly the cost to end consumers.

We have been given access to the first release of the Dreamer 3D printer and look forward to walking you through all its features very soon.

Currently FlashForge are rigorously testing the Dreamer to ensure the printer’s quality and reliability.

Talking exclusively to the team at FlashForge, we have been learning lots about their mysterious new printer and have been allowed to share a little of that information with you today.

Click here to see reviews and prices for the FlashForge Dreamer on Amazon.com


Introducing The Dreamer

FlashForge Dreamer 3d printer

Finally a home 3D printer that looks clean, compact and professional is entering the market. With the Dreamer, FlashForge have really built a machine that wouldn’t look out of place in any office or home.

The appearance of the Dreamer is more like traditional printers and copiers, or even the high end industrial machines from Stratasys. It’s a smart move away from the problematic open sided designs of its competitors and will only add to consumer appeal.

They also look and feel more science fiction than plain scientific, which makes the Dreamer one great looking 3D printer.


Fully featured LCD screen

FlashForge Dreamer Screen

Just like the Creator before it, the FlashForge Dreamer features an LCD screen to walk you though everything from calibration to printing directly from SD card.

Though this time, there are many more options available to you directly from the on board screen (more details soon) and the higher resolution blue LCD looks clean and simple.

Click here to see reviews and prices for the FlashForge Dreamer on Amazon.com


Connect via USB or SD card

FlashForge Dreamer

One of the things that I love about the Creator – printing from SD card – comes with the Dreamer as well. The standard USB connection is also available to connect to Mac or PC.

However, one concern that was had with the Creator in the past was the outer casing that surrounds the printer’s inputs. This time, the Dreamer is neatly and cleanly presented and easy to access.


General Specifications

  • Model: Dreamer
  • Dimensions: 485 x 400 x 335mm
  • Supported Files: STL
  • Software: FlashPrint
  • Operating Systems: Linux, OSX and Windows
  • Print Inputs: SD Card or USB
  • Input Voltage: AC100-240v, 50/60Hz
  • Power: 300W

Technical Specifications.

  • Resolution: 0.1-0.2mm
  • Build Envelope: 230 x 150 x 150mm
  • Build Platform Max Temp: 120┬░c
  • Supported Filaments: ABS/PLA
  • Filament Diameter: 1.75-1.8mm

There’s still a lot more to share with you, including a full video review of the Dreamer, so be sure to check back soon for all the latest updates or join our Facebook page.


Click here to see reviews and prices for the FlashForge Dreamer on Amazon.com