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Ultimaker S5: stampante 3D professionale dal grande volume di stampa

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Ciao a tutti,

Per chi non l'avesse già scoperto o volesse semplicemente approfondire, apro questo thread per aprire una discussione sulla nuova Ultimaker S5! :)

 

COSA CAMBIA?

- grande volume di stampa con doppio estrusore
- sensoristica avanzata per un'esperienza utente semplice e poco impegnativa
- autocalibrazione migliorata del piano (funzionava già bene)
- sportellini anteriori, webcam, LED di notifica e touch screen sono dei plus in più.

 

PERCHE' ULTIMAKER S5?
Perchè questa è l'unica stampante 3D desktop dal grande volume di stampa con costi accessibili per molte aziende e professionisti. Il tutto mantenendo la rinomata qualità di stampa Ultimaker.

Noi di Manufat siamo orgogliosi di offrire questa soluzione di stampa 3D in tutta Italia :)

 

PREZZO: € 5495

 

Per leggere l'articolo completo su tutte le novità potete andare qui sul Manufat Blog

Cliccate qui se siete interessati all'acquisto o volete maggiori informazioni sulla Ultimaker S5.

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