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When Ultimaker started shipping its first Ultimaker 3D printers in May 2011 they captured a prominent position within the competitive Maker industry. As one of the most successful open source companies, Ultimaker works very close with its community to create a personal fabrication revolution.

The Ultimaker 2 set the bar for 3D printers at a new level and Ultimaker will continue to change the scene throughout innovation, sharing and creating.

Ultimaker offers a full 3D print experience. In addition to providing great hardware, Ultimaker unleashes creative potential by hosting the community sharing platform called YouMagine and free, best-in-class 3D printing software called Cura.

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Model Description Price
78485a33b88dd61423cfb0047cbe309d355f8fd7 thumb Ultimaker Original
by Ultimaker
Ultimaker Original is upgradeable through hardware updates and free open source software. Build i... $1 - $1,000
0dc913c9d4a7da02b1b1fe7d63dd0464074fa18a thumb Ultimaker 2
by Ultimaker
Imagine it, Make it, Easy. The new Ultimaker 2 is easy and reliable, designed for the best user e... $1,000 - $5,000
896622b82604fa1e921f0ce65434d2d15f32afb8 thumb Cura
by Ultimaker
Cura is developed by Ultimaker to make 3D printing as easy and streamlined as possible. Cura is b... $0 (Free)

Latest News

ULTIMAKER IS PROUD TO REVEAL THE ULTIMAKER 2 GO AND ULTIMAKER 2 EXTENDED AT CES LAS VEGAS

By Iris Smeekes | Ultimaker

Ultimaker, a leading 3D printer manufacturer, announces the launch of the Ultimaker 2 Go and Ultimaker 2 Extended, two cutting-edge desktop 3D printers, pre-order from March 2015 and available from April 2015. Built with premium parts and materials, these 3D printers bring imagination to life with high definition printing technology. The new Ultimaker 2 Go and Ultimaker 2 Extended follow the success of the top-rated Ultimaker 2, which was awarded best in shootout 2015 from Make Magazine and best consumer product at the 3D Printshow Global Awards 2014.

“After receiving recognition and awards from the leaders in the industry, we were inspired to make these new versions of the ground breaking Ultimaker 2, supporting our vision to aim for the ultimate 3D printing experience,” says Siert Wijnia, CEO of Ultimaker. "The Ultimaker 2 Go is a compact printer that is easy to use as a starting printer while the Ultimaker 2 Extended has added a ten centimeter larger build volume for users who want to create larger and more complex projects."
ULTIMAKER 2 GO

This compact 3D printer (€1195,- / $1450,-)* is the perfect solution for makers who want to start with 3D printing on a premium level. This lightweight Ultimaker 2 Go offers a high-quality product with a friendly interface which makes it an ideal starter machine for new users. Through it’s slimmed design, together with its dedicated portable packaging, it is the perfect 3D printer for the maker on-the-go and allows people to use it easily in different contexts. Because of its compact design and allowing a quick start the Ultimaker 2 Go is not equipped with a heated bed. You can now start your print even faster.

For those who just want a little bit more than the best. The Ultimaker 2 Extended (€2495,- / $3030,-)* boasts some of the highest speed and accuracy found on any desktop 3D printer, with speeds of up to 300mm/s, 0.02mm layer resolution and a 10 cm (4 inches) larger build volume. This larger desktop printer makes a statement at any workspace with its sleek design.

Attendees at the CES show can experience the new products at the Ultimaker booth, in the Sands 2 Venue booth number 72024.

* All prices are excl. VAT and Dollar prices are suggested prices based on the exchange rate of 31-12-2014

The launch of these two new products is accompanied by an addition to the Ultimaker website that provides a stage for community members to share their projects and get inspiration from others. This addition gives 3D printing enthusiasts the unique opportunity to get insight on upcoming Ultimaker projects, interact with Ultimaker experts and influence decisions on new experimental products, contributing to the whole Ultimaker 3D printing experience.

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