ULTIMAKER 3D PRINTING SOLUTIONS
From the very beginning, Ultimaker's mission has been to accelerate the world's transition to local digital manufacturing. As an industry leader with countless awards from their line of professional desktop 3D printers, Ultimaker printers are trusted by industry all across the globe. With the most reliable desktop dual extrusion systems on the market, a full library of engineering and conventional material options, and pre-configured software, you know you can print your next project with confidence.
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ULTIMAKER 3D PRINTER FEATURES
LARGE MATERIAL LIBRARY
Choose from a large array of OEM engineering and conventional materials with pre-configured material profiles, You can also use third party filaments thanks to their open filament system.
Features like self-levelling surfaces on the S5 and Ultimaker 3, remote monitoring from your desktop or phone, and pre configured slicing software, mean you get reliability built into your machine.
RELIABLE DUAL EXTRUSION
Ultimaker's dual-extrusion technology is the most reliable on the market, enabling you to print in two materials or two colors.
You can now control your Ultimaker S5 or 3 with a few taps from your phone or tablet when you're on the same local network.
DESIGNED TO CONNECT
Built in connectivity delivers a seamless 3D printing experience. Print over WiFi, Ethernet, or from a USB stick, NFC technology automatically detects which material is loaded and communicates this to the slicing software.
POWERFUL SLICING SOFTWARE
Trusted by more than 2 million users, Ultimaker Cura prepares your 3D model for printing. This free software comes preconfigured with material profiles so you get the best results instantly.
Ultimaker's Cura connetct comes free with your printer allowing you to network multiple printers, create and manage a print queue, and track maintenance cycles.
LEARN WHY VOLKSWAGON CHOOSE ULTIMAKER PRINTERS
Volkswagen Autoeuropa, who is responsible for manufacturing iconic Volkswagen models such as the Scirocco and Sharan, and has yearly output levels of 100,000 cars, now uses 3D printing to revolutionize its workflow. The facility 3D prints manufacturing aids that are used daily on the assembly line. No longer having to rely on external suppliers for its tools, jigs, and fixtures greatly reduces the costs and shrinks lead times from several weeks to just a few days.
After having validated the concept in 2014, Volkswagen Autoeuropa currently has 7 Ultimakers in operation and produces 93% of all externally manufactured tools in-house. The transition to 3D printing saved Volkswagen Autoeuropa 91% in tool development costs and reduced development time by 95%.Over 2016, the facility saved an estimated €150,000 - a figure that is expected to increase to €250,000 in 2017. The initial investment in the Ultimaker machines was paid back fully in 2 months.
SEE HOW STYLATECH USES ULTIMAKER 3D PRINTERS FOR
CASTING METAL PARTS FROM 3D PRINTERS
Sylatech is an investment casting firm that uses Ultimaker 3D printers to speed up their rapid prototyping process. Sylatech offers services in CNC machining, radio frequency and microwave manufacturing, and investment casting. They have been around for over 53 years and have customers in aerospace, space, defense, medical, automotive and construction.
Sylatech uses 3D printing as part of their investment casting process. Before using Ultimaker 3D printers, customers had to directly invest in tooling needed for making their specific design in metal. However, if their metal part needs modifications, this can become a time consuming and costly addition to the process. Using an Ultimaker, the prototype can be finalized before investing in tooling for larger volume productions, cutting the risk of such changes.