Ultimaker Ultimaker 3

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Build Volume 215 x 215 x 200 mm (8.4 x 8.4 x 7.8 in.)
Layer Resolution Low 200 micron (0.008 in.)
Layer Resolution High 50 micron (0.002 in.)


Machine type 3D Printer
Technology FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)
Materials PVA, PLA, ABS, Nylon, HIPS, Wood PLA, Polycarbonate (PC), Rubber-like (TPU), PETG , colorFabb-XT (Amphora AM1800), Durable (PP-like) Resin, ColorFabb XT CF20 (PET-G), Colorfabb HT, HPLA-CF, CPE (co-polyester), Polypropylene, PolySmooth™ (PVB), PolyCast, TPU 95A, CPE+
Average Price $4,800.00

About Ultimaker 3

Ultimaker 3. Professional 3D printing made accessible

  • Dual extrusion
    • Combine build and water-soluble support materials to create complex mechanical parts and intricate surfaces or choose to print with two colors. Ultimaker 3’s unique auto nozzle-lifting system ensures a smooth, professional finish with every print.
  • Swappable print cores
    • Faster print core changes mean higher uptime and easier maintenance. Your Ultimaker 3 comes with print cores for build (AA) and support (BB) materials. There’s a customized nozzle geometry per material – ensuring lower clogging risks and a more reliable 3D printing experience.
  • New optimized cooling
    • Ultimaker 3 has a powerful, low-noise fan system. Featuring two new radial fans and fan shrouds, it creates greater pressure build-up for an improved airflow. This ensures better cooling, high quality bridging, faster print runs and smooth print surfaces.
  • LED status indicators
    • Print core LED lights ensure an optimized 3D printing experience by alerting if any user interaction is needed.

Reviews 4.5 2 reviews

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Nov 21, 2023
This is a real 3d evolute printer, with only a few problems, but the adoption of 3mm filament and the elevate costs in managing and materials, make its prints a bit expensive for the most of people.