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WHY CHOOSE ULTIMAKER

Ultimaker is considered the most reliable desktop  3D Printer in the market. The Ultimaker is a versatile, high-quality 3D printer that can be used for multiple purposes. This printer is designed to be one of the simplest, most dependable, and easy to use.

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PRODUCT PORTFOLIO

Ultimaker 2+

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Ultimaker 2 Extended

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Ultimaker 3

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Ultimaker 3 Extended

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Ultimaker S5

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PRODUCT COMPARISON

Ultimaker S5 Ultimaker 3 and Ultimaker3 Extended Ultimaker 2+ and Ultimaker 2 Extended

Summary

The Ultimaker S5 combines dual extrusion, advanced connectivity, and an open filament system with a large build volume for an office-friendly 3D printer, offering unrivaled quality and reliability at scale. Engineered for efficiency, reliability and precision, the Ultimaker 3 features dual extrusion with water-soluble support, advanced connectivity, and an open filament system. Thanks to its support of a wide range of materials, it’s suitable for a huge variety of applications, from prototypes to customized tools.

Printer size

Ultimaker S5
495 x 457 x 520 mm

Ultimaker 3
342 x 380 x 389 mm

Ultimaker 3 Extended
342 x 380 x 489 mm

Ultimaker 2+
342 x 357 x 388 mm

Ultimaker 2 Extended
342 x 357 x 488 mm

Build volume

Ultimaker S5
330 x 240 x 300 mm
(left or right nozzle, or dual extrusion)

Ultimaker 3
215 x 215 x 200 mm
(left or right nozzle)
197 x 215 x 200 mm
(dual extrusion)

Ultimaker 3 Extended
215 x 215 x 300 mm
(left or right nozzle)
197 x 215 x 300 mm
(dual extrusion)

Ultimaker 2+
223 x 223 x 205 mm

Ultimaker 2 Extended
223 x 223 x 305 mm

Layer resolution

0.25 mm nozzle: 150 to 60 micron
0.4 mm nozzle: 200 to 20 micron
0.6 mm nozzle: 300 to 20 micron
0.8 mm nozzle: 600 to 20 micron
0.25 mm nozzle: 150 to 60 micron
0.4 mm nozzle: 200 to 20 micron
0.8 mm nozzle: 600 to 20 micron
0.25 mm nozzle: 150 to 60 micron
0.4 mm nozzle: 200 to 20 micron
0.6 mm nozzle: 400 to 20 micron
0.8 mm nozzle: 600 to 20 micron

Supported materials

PLA, Tough PLA, Nylon, ABS, CPE, CPE+, PC, TPU 95A, PP, PVA, Breakaway

In the box
Ultimaker Tough PLA Black, 750 g
Ultimaker PVA, 750 g

PLA, Tough PLA, Nylon, ABS, CPE, CPE+, PC, TPU 95A, PP, PVA, Breakaway

In the box
Ultimaker PLA Silver, 350 g
Ultimaker PVA, 350 g

PLA, ABS, CPE, CPE+, PC, Nylon, TPU 95A, PP

In the box
Ultimaker PLA Silver, 750 g

Nozzle diameter

0.25 mm
0.4 mm
0.6 mm
0.8 mm
0.25 mm
0.4 mm
0.8 mm
0.25 mm
0.4 mm
0.6 mm
0.8 mm

Nozzle temperature

180 °C to 280 °C 180 °C to 280 °C 180 °C to 260 °C

Build plate

Ultimaker S5
20 to 140 °C heated glass build plate with active leveling

Ultimaker 3
20 to 100 °C heated glass build plate with active leveling

Ultimaker 3 Extended
20 to 100 °C heated glass build plate with active leveling

Ultimaker 2+
50 to 100 °C heated glass build plate

Ultimaker 2 Extended
50 to 100 °C heated glass build plate

Connectivity

Ultimaker S5
Wi-Fi, LAN, or USB port

Ultimaker 3
Wi-Fi, LAN, or USB port

Ultimaker 3 Extended
Wi-Fi, LAN, or USB port

Ultimaker 2+
Control panel with SD card

Ultimaker 2 Extended
Control panel with SD card

OUR CLIENTS

CUSTOMER SPEAK

Best 3D printing services so far. The product quality was really good and they deliver on time. Will definitely suggest this place to others as well.

Bharath Kumar

Didn’t believe that I could find such high-end 3d designing and printing services in India. Very good service.

Sireesh kumar

A great level of understanding was maintained between the two sides. They work to make sure that what you expect is what you get in the end.

Praneetha Yadav

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What is Ultimaker Cura?

Cura is an open source 3D printer slicing application. Ultimaker Cura is used by over one million users worldwide and it is the preferred 3D printing software for Ultimaker 3D printers, but it can be used with other printers as well.

How does 3d printing work?

Although there are several things to keep in mind while 3D printing, the steps it takes to create a 3D print are pretty easy. Basically, this is the process for 3D printing on an Ultimaker:

  1. Download or design a 3D model
  2. Convert the 3D model to a 3D print file with the software Cura
  3. Start the 3D print on the Ultimaker
Can I 3D print everything with Ultimaker?

With an Ultimaker you can 3D print a lot of things, but as every technique has its limitations, not everything is possible. The Ultimaker uses the 3D printing technique FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication), with which layers of melted plastic are placed on top of each other. With this technique very complex structures or “overhanging” parts could be hard to print.

What materials can be used for 3D Printing with Ultimaker?

Ultimaker printers use PLA and ABS as materials for 3D printing. We usually recommend to use PLA (especially if you’re new into 3D printing), as this is the easiest material to print with due to its technical properties. For printing with a material like ABS a heated bed is recommended, since ABS has the tendency to warp when it cools down fast.

Because of the open filament system on an Ultimaker you are also free to try other materials (e.g. lay wood or nylon). You only need to be aware that we can’t fully guarantee the quality of materials not supplied by ourselves.

How to load the filament in Ultimaker printers?

Before the filament can be loaded, the filament spool needs to be placed on the spool holder. Once you’ve done this, you can insert the filament into the feeder and guide it through the bowden tube into the hot end.

For detailed instructions on how to insert filament into your Ultimaker, you can take a look at the manual of your 3D printer.

If you experience difficulties when loading the filament, please take a look at Ultimaker troubleshooting guides.

If I have a STL or OBJ file, am I good to go with my Ultimaker?

When you create CAD models yourself, or when you download them from sites like YouMagine.com or Thingiverse.com, your 3D model file will be in the form of STL, OBJ, or another CAD file. Your printer can’t read this type of file directly.

If you put an STL or OBJ file onto an SD card and then insert that card into your Ultimaker, that file will not even appear on the file list on the printer’s digital readout.

In order to print such a CAD model, you must first convert it into G-code, which is a list of machine instructions that your printer can read. To convert CAD models into G-code, you need to use a slicing program like Ultimaker Cura software. The slicer breaks your CAD model into layers and lines that your printer can understand.

How do you start a print in Ultimaker 3?

To print a model through the Ultimaker App, follow these steps:

  1. Connect to your Ultimaker 3 by selecting the model from the list of discovered printers, or manually add a printer with the IP address.
  2. Select "Start a new print".
  3. Load a 3D model from your device, or print the Ultimaker Robot.
What are the system requirements to run Ultimaker Cura?

Installation

To start the installation of Cura, download it first. After downloading, open the installer and run the installation wizard to complete the installation. To make sure Cura can run on your computer, we recommend checking the system requirements described below.

Operating systems

  • Windows Vista or higher, 64 bit. 32 Bit supported up to Cura 2.3
  • Mac OSX 10.7 or higher, 64 bit. Cura 2.6 and above require Mac OS 10.11 or higher
  • Ubuntu 14.04 or higher, 64 bit

System requirements

  • OpenGL 2 compatible graphics chip, OpenGL 4.1 for 3D Layer view
  • Intel Core 2 or AMD Athlon 64 or newer
  • 205 MB available hard disk space
How to fix the most common Ultimaker error messages?

Depending on which printer you have, you might find a few different errors. Here you can find an overview of the meaning of these errors and how to easily fix them. If you’d like a more in-depth answer, you can also check out the full guides Error messages you might encounter on the Ultimaker family.