Farnell is now stocking a range of Ultimaker products in Europe. Ultimaker 3D printers help users bring prototypes and functional models to life in hours instead of weeks and are trusted by professionals, educators and innovators worldwide.
- The great all-rounder: Engineered to perform, the Ultimaker 2+ is a great all-rounder that delivers consistent results. Reliable, efficient and user-friendly, this 3D printer supports a wide range of materials and is suitable for a huge variety of applications, including prototypes and customized tools.
- The precise and reliable desktop printer: Based on Ultimaker 2, the Ultimaker 2+ extended is one of the most advanced, precise and reliable desktop 3D printers around. From the moment it’s out of the box, it’s ready to go. Intuitive software quickly and intelligently prepares the design for print. A radial scroll wheel allows for adjustment of speed and heat even whilst it’s printing. Long print jobs come with the reassurance of hours upon hours of continuous reliable printing and even the heated print bed rarely needs adjustment.
- The complex design 3D printer: The Ultimaker 3 is the most reliable dual extrusion 3D printer available, helping users achieve complex designs and improved 3D print performance due to a unique auto-nozzle lifting system, professional build and support material combinations, and swappable print cores. The Ultimaker 3 features seamless hardware, software and material integration, enabling designers, engineers and manufacturers to approach the innovation process in a completely new way and create complex geometries and remarkable design intricacy.
- The ultimate large build volume printer: The Ultimaker S5 is an easy-to-use desktop 3D printer with a large build volume that delivers accurate, industrial-grade parts, time and time again. With simple setup, high uptime, and reliable dual extrusion, Ultimaker S5 is the complete professional 3D printing solution.
“Farnell continues to invest in its range of 3D printing solutions to give broader access to 3D printing tools and accessories – whether your budget is larger or small” says James McGregor, Global Head of Category – Test, Tools and Production Supplies at Farnell.
Ultimaker products and accessories are available from Farnell.
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