Dagoma is a French manufacturer of desktop printers based on melt deposition. The company now offers machines in kit form or already assembled according to your needs and your 3D printing skills. These desktop solutions are particularly adapted to makers and to all professionals who are looking for an easy to use and reliable tool. Dagoma 3D printers are made in France, a value widely promoted by the company, which pushes for maximum local consumption.

A brief history of Dagoma

Based in Roubaix, the company was created in 2014 following the meeting of its two founders, Matthieu Regnier and Gauthier Vignon. Former employees at ADEO, they worked together on a folding bike project that made them discover 3D printing – the method was indeed favored for the prototyping phase. They quickly realized the limits of 3D technology and wanted to make it as accessible as possible, so that anyone could produce what they wanted simply and quickly. That’s how Dagoma was born, and with it, the cheapest FDM 3D printer on the French market at the time, the Discovery 200.

Since then, Dagoma has grown and evolved, constantly re-imagining more reliable products, designed for all makers and professionals looking for an affordable solution. A whole range of machines has been launched and the team has grown.

Dagoma 3D printers

All Dagoma 3D printers are conceived and designed in Roubaix in northern France. The brand currently offers two models, the Disco and the Magis. The Disco range is based on the famous Disovery 200 and has evolved a lot since 2014 – the latest is the Disco Ultimate, a bi-color machine that offers a volume of 200 x 200 x 200 mm. It can combine two different filaments and has a single button to start everything your prints. It is an assembly machine, on which you can add many add-ons to get more features.

The Magis Disco is a more powerful and intelligent pre-assembled 3D printer. It also has a single button to start printing. Dagoma 3D printers are compatible with a wide range of thermoplastics such as PLA, PETG, nylon, etc.

An active community

Since the beginning of its adventure, the French brand has been heavily involved in the additive manufacturing market, whether through actions to fight against waste – we’re thinking here of its ToyRescue platform – or against 3D printing of firearms. In addition, the company has created a real community: the Dagoma Club brings together the brand’s users, 3D printing enthusiasts and anyone else who is curious. The platform is a space for sharing and exchange, offering several free resources (tutorials, videos, etc.)