- UltiMaker S7 is a 3D printer that will enable designers to print stronger and more complex parts.
- UltiMaker S7 can work with more than 200 materials and offers a large print volume.
UltiMaker has announced the launch of its latest 3D printer, the UltiMaker S7. The new 3D printer is an upgrade over the company’s best-selling series of ‘S’ 3D printers. It features a new flexible build plate that makes removing the printed parts easier. Moreover, it also comes with an integrated air manager that filters out up to 95% of ultrafine particles (UFPs ) and improves temperature regulation thus, enhancing the quality of printed parts. The S7 also features an improved automated bed levelling that improves the first-layer adhesion, making it possible to print bigger designs with a smaller base.
Advances in temperature regulation on the S7 allow users to capitalize on the large 330 x 240 x 300 mm build volume – with reliable accuracy from the first printed layer to the last. The flexplate also provides easy part removal post-printing, reducing labour so users can get on with other tasks. The Ultimaker S7 pro bundle can hold up to 6 different spools of filaments, enabling it to print multicolour objects.
Nadav Goshen, CEO of UltiMaker says that “The UltiMaker S7 is a fantastic addition to our S-Series of printers. As more customers are using 3D printing to grow and innovate their businesses, our goal is to provide them with a complete solution to be successful. With the new S7, customers can be setup and running in minutes: managing printers, users, and designs with our Digital Factory software, improving their 3D printing knowledge with e-learning courses on the UltiMaker Academy, and choosing from hundreds of materials and plugins using the UltiMaker Cura Marketplace.”
According to the company, the S7 is designed to speed up the production of parts, moreover, it is capable of working with more than 200 materials. The UltiMaker S7 features a closed chamber equipped with a glass door, which assures that no dust or foreign particle stick to the printing surface, thus enabling a stronger and smoother print. This 3D printer will enable designers to print stronger and more complex parts while also reducing the time of prints.