NEW PRODUCT – Ultimaker 3 – 3D Printer

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NEW PRODUCT – Ultimaker 3 – 3D Printer


The Ultimaker 3 is one of our favorite 3D printers on the market. It’s a well-built open-source compact machine with an excellent UX. Every inch of the Ultimaker 3 is designed to create the most effortless and reliable 3D printing experience ever! Click here for helpful tips!

The dual extruder features swappable “print cores” which allows you to use water-soluble material for creating intricate supports. They can also be used to print multiple materials and different colored filaments in the same part. Auto nozzle-lifting system ensures a clean, professional finish with every print. WiFi enabled desktop and mobile apps let you manage your prints remotely, making it easier to get projects started. This also allows for over-the-air firmware updates. You don’t have to get up to check on prints because you can monitor the process with the built-in webcam.

Ultimaker also created Cura, the open-source software that most other manufacturers use, so the printer harmonizes excellently with the software without any tinkering. And we love Ultimaker’s active software dev. and their large online community.

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Here are the details of the new Ultimaker 3 3D Printer: For more in-depth specifications, click here!

  • Assembly type: Pre-assembled
  • Layer resolution: 0.40 mm nozzle: 200 to 20 microns
  • Build plate: 20 ˚C to 100 ˚C heated glass build plate
  • Build plate leveling: Active leveling
  • Print technology: Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)
  • Print head: Dual extrusion print head
  • Print core replacement: Swappable print cores
  • Build speed: 0.40 nozzle: up to 16 mm3/s
  • Print head travel speed: 30 to 300 mm/s
  • Feeder type: Dual geared feeder
  • XYZ accuracy: 12.5, 12.5, 2.5 micron
  • Nozzle diameter: 0.4 mm
  • Nozzle temperature: 180 ˚C to 280 ˚C
  • Nozzle heat up time: < 2 minutes
  • Build plate heat up time: < 4 minutes
  • Operating sound: 50 dBA
  • System: Open filament system
  • Filament diameter: 2.85 mm
  • Supported materials: Nylon, PLA, ABS, CPE and PV
  • Ultimaker filament: A spool of Ultimaker filament is 750g
  • Software: Cura, our free print preparation software
  • Supported OS: Free on Mac OS X, Windows and Linux
  • Supported file types: STL, OBJ and 3MF
  • File transfer: WiFi, LAN or USB
  • Operating ambient temperature: 15 ˚C to 32 ˚C (59 °F to 89 °F)
  • Nonoperating temperature: 0 ˚C to 32 ˚C (32 °F to 89 °F)
  • Input: 100 – 240 V / 4A, 50-60 Hz / 221 W max.
  • Output: 24 V DC, 9.2 A

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FREE EXTRAS:

  • A USB stick, glue stick, grease, hex wrenches and USB and Ethernet cables
  • Two swappable 0.4 AA print cores
  • A swappable 0.4 BB print core
  • A 350 g spool of Ultimaker PLA
  • A 350 g spool of Ultimaker PVA
  • A spool holder with an NFC cable
  • A calibration card and XY calibration sheet
  • Cura, our award-winning print preparation software
  • Powerful Ultimaker app
  • Comprehensive 12-month warranty
  • Lifetime expert support

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In stock and shipping now!


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