Ultimaker 2 3D Printer

The Ultimaker 2 is easy and reliable, designed for the best experience in 3D printing. Featuring a .4mm extruder capable of an amazing 20 micron layer resolution, 12 micron XY precision, and 5 micron Z precision, the Ultimaker 2 is the best consumer 3D printer available today.

Physical

Included items:

-Spool holder

-Glue stick

-Power supply

-USB cable (for firmware only)

-Test print

-Hex wrenches

-Grease

Dimensions: 35.7 X 34.2 X 38.8 cm

Product Weight: 11kg

Shipping Weight: 18kg

Assembled: Yes

Operating Temperature: 15-32°C

Storage Temperature: 0-32°C

Connectivity: SD card slot, USB (firmware updates only)

Electrical

Power requirements: 24 V DC @ 9.2 AMPS

AC Input: 100-240V / ~4A / 50-60HZ / 221w max

Printing

Build Volume: 23 X 22.5 X 20.5 cm

Build Platform: Heated

Supported Filament: PLA, ABS, CPE

Max Layer Resolution: 20 microns

XY Positioning Precision: 12 microns

Z Positioning Precision: 5 microns

Print Speed: 30 mm/s – 300 mm/s

Travel Speed: 30 mm/s – 350 mm/s

Print Technology: FDM

Filament Diameter: 2.85 mm

Extruders: Single

Nozzle Diameter: .4 mm

Support / Warranty

Warranty: One-year manufacturer’s warranty

Software

Supported OS: Windows XP+, Mac OS X 10.6+,Linux Ubuntu 12.10+

Supported File Types: STL, OBJ, DAE, AMF

Product Features

  • World class specs. Unmatched with its max print speed of 300mm/s and 20 micron layer resolution
  • Industry-leading print-to-size ratio. Small footprint, large build volume.
  • Premium materials used in construction. Heated bed smooths prints and allows for ABS printing.
  • Stylish design means you don’t have to hide your printer when not in use.

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3 thoughts on “Ultimaker 2 3D Printer

  • Posted on October 24, 2015 at 8:00 am

    Comparison to Felix and Printrbot My impressions of the Ultimaker are compared to a Printrbot Metal, and a Felix 3.0. I have access to all 3 machines. If you have any questions about these machines feel free to comment on this review!Like:-Capable of faster printing than most machines on the market-Excellent UI on LCD screen using a round click wheel. This works much like an old IPod. Capable of navigating folders on SD card and estimate print time and material usage.-Higher quality finish/feel on…

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  • Posted on October 24, 2015 at 8:26 am

    Great machine compared to other machines on the market. First off I would assume that if you are buying a 3D printer at this time in the market you should be technical minded. If you’re not don’t buy a 3D printer at this time.This is a good machine when compared to many in the market and out performs printers such as Makerbot at the same price point along with the ability to print various material types. I’ve had one of these for almost a year with over a 1000 hours of use over that time. The only issue I’ve had was not keeping up on the…

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  • Posted on October 24, 2015 at 8:50 am

    a dependable and (mostly) easy to operate 3d printer… I’ve been using the printer in my classroom since October 2014. I’ve been mostly pleased with the machine.I have had issues with the feeder, but only when material is being loaded or when the spool is almost empty. The feeder doesn’t grip the filament enough, so the filament gets chewed up and won’t advance up the tube. I just listen to the feeder, and if it makes noises, I back the filament out, chop off the chewed up part, and reload.The other issue concerns extruder head…

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