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Rilasciata Ultimaker 3: stampante 3D professionale

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Posted (edited) · Rilasciata Ultimaker 3: stampante 3D professionale

Ciao a tutti!

Scrivo questo post per informare che è stata rilasciata la nuova Ultimaker 3 e Ultimaker 3 Extended: una stampante 3D desktop professionale. Questo nuovo modello offre finalmente la libertà di stampa di qualsiasi geometria e qualsiasi forma.



La novità principale riguarda il doppio estrusore che utilizza i print core: gruppi estrusori completi e sostituibili in 30 secondi.

Le combinazioni attualmente supportate sono:

- Strutture di supporto con materiali solubili (PVA) e il pezzo in PLA e NYLON.

- Doppio colore con: PLA PLA, ABS ABS, CPE CPE, NYLON NYLON

Sotto trovate un'immagine di un componente realizzato con la Ultimaker 3 e successivamente sciolti in acqua i supporti in PVA.


La Ultimaker 3 ha un prezzo di € 2995 e la Ultimaker 3 Extended di € 3695.

Per maggiori info leggete il nostro blog post su Creatr.

Per chi fosse interessato o vuole una prova di stampa andate sul nostro sito qui.



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