Ultimaker 2+ 3D Printer
Award-winning performance, limitless capabilities
Ultimaker 2+ is designed to perform. Reliable, consistent, and user-friendly, it’s suitable for a limitless variety of applications, from functional prototypes to customized tools. It supports a wide range of materials and delivers powerful, first-class results with every print.
Ultimaker 2+ has been lauded by publishers and marketplaces alike; including 3D Hubs, Tested, Make: Magazine, and Digital Trends. Engineering.com described it as “a reliable, high-resolution prototyping machine fit for engineers, designers, educators and students.”
Reliable 3D Printing- Tailored to suit your needs
Engineered to perform. Designed by experts and enriched by our global community, Ultimaker 2+ performs even complex
3D printing tasks with ease. It’s particularly effective for printing bridging, overhangs, and accurate details, enabling users to create high-quality, consistent results, tailored to their business.
Swappable nozzle, greater control.
Ultimaker 2+ comes with a Nozzle Kit, which features four nozzle sizes (0.25, 0.6, and 0.8mm, with the 0.4
pre-installed). The smaller nozzles allow for greater detail, and larger nozzles mean faster prints. They’re quick and easy to change.
Geared feeder, increased reliability.
The geared feeder places more pressure on the filament, whilst reducing heat exposure from the motor. This improves grip and boosts torque (which eliminates filament skipping in the extruder motor), and filament can be easily removed or inserted by using the grip-release button.
Efficient airflow, smoother prints.
Powerful fans create optimized airflow for efficient cooling. Fancaps aim the air directly below the nozzle and equally from both sides, resulting in high-quality bridging, smooth surfaces, and fast prints.
Professional Results. Incredible speed & accuracy.
Highest speed & accuracy possible on any desktop 3D printer. Ultimaker 2+ is unmatched with its print speed of up to 300mm/s and 0.02mm (20 microns) printing layer resolution.
Industrial Grade Materials + Open filament system.
The material you use to print is very low cost. Unlike some competitors the Ultimaker uses an open filament system, which allows you to choose and swap out any filament type. Not only that but it also supports the widest choice of materials. Including but not limited to, PLA, ABS, CPE, CPE+, PC, Nylon, and TPU 95A – opening up limitless printing possibilities. In addition, Ultimaker’s open filament system allows for greater innovation and more freedom to try and test other types of filaments to match your specific requirements.
Biggest build ratio. Small footprint, large build volume.
Industry leading print-to-size ratio. Up to 9 x 9 x 8 inches build size!
“The prints are what you expect from an Ultimaker: crisp, clean and incredibly impressive… Most printers have that default layer height at about .2mm, but Ultimaker printers halve that at .1mm, resulting in prints that automatically look better than their competitors.”
“The entire experience showed how smoothly an Ultimaker 2+ would translate for use in prototyping and other business applications. Spending an extended time with this review unit provided me with hands down the smoothest experience I have personally had using a desktop 3D printer.”
- 3D Print.com
“Easy setup and operation. Very good overall print quality. Includes several nozzles in various sizes. Relatively quiet.”
- PC Gamer
“Superior build quality, precision engineering and a great support team, not to mention huge community are only some of the things that make the Ultimaker series of printers amazing.”
- 3D Hubs
“The Ultimaker 2+ is a high-end 3D printer that’s a great match for anyone looking for reliability and print quality.”
“Easy to operate, very reliable printing and designed with the user in mind, the Ultimaker 2 has a cutting-edge .4mm extruder capable of producing some very detailed 20 micron layer resolution. Tech heads, listen up; the Ultimaker 2 is the one you should buy because it is the best 3D printer currently out on the market.”
- 3D Printing Geeks