The Ultimaker 2 has joined Redstack's product family to offer a complete 3D printing experience for users of all levels. With a comprehensive development process essentially putting it in the hands of users before the first production model shipped, you can be sure the printer is well equipped for the task at hand.
Open source development
Ultimaker took the brave step of entrusting the most important people with the Ultimaker 2's development - its fans. Distributing the source code online months before the first physical version was available allowed users to iron out any kinks or bugs before it was released to the world.
This is a unique process for 3D printing, as the competitive nature of the industry usually encourages secrecy. However, getting code in the hands of users as soon as possible allows for rigorous testing by the people who will using it the most.
Ready to use
The Ultimaker 2 arrives prepared for your first print - straight out of the box. Minimal preparation means users can avoid clumsy instructions and complicated processes and get straight into the business of 3D printing.
With specialised software for Ultimaker standard for every purchase, you are only one quick installation away from designing your own objects for printing.
Take it a step further
While the packaged software is certainly capable, more advanced users will want to take their prints to the next level.
Purchasing through Redstack opens up a world of extra software, support and training. A range of AutoCAD products ensures that you have all the resources needed to start prototyping your next big project as soon as possible.
With Redstack's comprehensive support network also on offer, you have every opportunity to keep your project on track and running smoothly.
Choose what you use
Tired of hunting for correct filaments that don't end up making the cut? You'll never have this problem again with the Ultimaker 2. With support for both ABS and PLA filaments offered, there's bound to be a solution to fit your needs.
The range of recommended filaments have been subject to intense scrutiny to ensure that when you print with them, they work.
What do I get?
Ultimaker's commitment to efficiency means that you are given everything you need to start your 3D printing journey. Along with all the necessary cabling, the Ultimaker 2 also comes with 750 grams of high quality filament, an SD card and the tools needed to get started.
The only thing standing between you and your first print is pulling the Ultimaker 2 out of its box.
Layer resolution: Up to 20 million
Speed: 30mm/s - 300mm/s
Nozzle temperature: 180 - 260 degrees C
File transfer: Stand alone SD card printing
Print technology: Fused Filament Fabrication
Build volume: 230 x 225 x 205 mm
Desktop space: 357 x 342 x 388 mm
Print surface: Heated bed (50 - 100 degrees C)
Supported filaments: PLA, ABS, U-PET
Contact Redstack for more information and pricing on a 3D printing solution to meet your needs.