Transform your competitive advantage with 3D printing

  Day 1 – April 20th, 5pm CEST  

Jürgen von Hollen – Chief Executive Officer
Meet our new CEO and learn how Ultimaker is transforming from a product to a platform player.
Miguel Calvo – Chief Technology Officer
Hear from our CTO as he explains how we enable third parties to unlock the magic of the Ultimaker ecosystem.
Paul Heijmans – Senior Vice President: Software
Our SVP Software will guide you through the latest product features that accelerate open innovation and collaboration.

Speak to Ultimaker experts via live chat and learn how to make it happen in your time zone

  Our team is available from 10am to 6pm on each day  

April 21st
Europe, Middle East, and Africa. Starts 10am Amsterdam time
April 22st
North and South America. Starts 10am Boston time
April 23st
Asia Pacific. Starts 10am Singapore time

WHAT IS 3D PRINTING

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3D printing is an innovative technology that lets you create a physical object from a digital model. It started in the '80s under the name ‘rapid prototyping’ because this was the purpose of the technology: to prototype faster and cheaper. A lot’s changed since then, and today 3D printers offer amazing results and let you create anything you can imagine.


HOW DOES 3D PRINTING WORK

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3D printing is also called additive manufacturing, because unlike the traditional subtractive manufacturing, 3D printing doesn’t remove material, it adds it, layer after layer. In order to print something, first you’ll need a 3D model of the object you want to create, which you can design in a 3D modeling program (CAD - Computer Aided Design), or use a 3D scanner to scan the object you want to print. There are also more simple options, like searching online on Youmagine.com for 3D models that have been created and shared by other people.

Once your design’s ready, all you need to do is import it into Cura, our open source print software. Cura will then turn your design into a gcode file ready to be printed as a physical object. Simply save your file to the supplied USB stick and insert it into your Ultimaker and press print.





But how does the printer work? Although there are several 3D printing technologies, most of them create the object by laying down many successive thin layers of a material. Usually, desktop 3D printers use plastic filaments (A) which are fed into the printer by the feeder (B). The filament is melted in the print head (C) which extrudes the material onto the build plate (D) creating your object layer by layer. Once the printer starts printing, all you have to do is wait – IT'S THAT EASY.


A.Plastic Fillament

B.Feeder

C.Print Head

D.Build Plate

Of course, when you become an advanced user, playing with the settings and tweaking your printer can lead you to even greater results.


WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH 3D PRINTER

  YOU CAN CREATE ANYTHING  


  Custom Models  

Create customized products that are completely tailored to your needs in terms of size and shape. Make something that wouldn’t be possible with any other kind of technology.


  Fast Prototyping  

3D printing makes it possible to quickly create a model or prototype, helping engineers, designers and companies to get iterative feedback on their designs in a short time.


  Complex Geometry  

Models that are difficult to even imagine can be created in a 3D printer with ease. These models are great at educating others about complex geometry in an interesting and useful way.


  Lower Costs  

The cost of 3D printing end use parts and prototypes is low thanks to the materials and technology used. Production time and material waste are reduced too as you can print models multiple times using only the material needed.


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