|Material||Polylactic Acid, ABS|
|Melting Temp||210 Deg C|
|Net Weight||1 Kg|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
Shape your dreams with 3D PLA/ABS 1.75(2000) & 3mm(1500 rs.) Filaments. It will be in good quality 3D printing. PLA, or polylactic acid, is one of the most commonly used materials in desktop 3D printing. Because it can be printed at low temperatures and does not require a heated bed, it is the default filament of choice for most extrusion-based 3D printers.
ABS is a thermoplastic filament that stands for acrylonitrile butadiene styrene. ABS filament is more technical than PLA filament and may be more difficult for new 3D printing users. ABS is a tough 3D printing material that is resistant to impact and heat.
|Color & Page||Single Color|
|Input Format||G Code, STL|
As we all know, we are stepping into 3D world, and 3D technology is gradually changing our life and the way of production. This new version 3D printer takes the leading in globle area using 57 stepper motor, providing higher speed and stable performance compared with printers using 42 stepper motor. With high precision 32 subdivision mainboard, this printer machine makes less noise and works with much higher accuracy. The accuracy of XY/Z axises are seperately up to 1.0um and 1.5um, making it an ideal choice even for refined industrial products. It is compatible with both ABS and PLA material, and the max print evelop is up to 300x200x360MM. It is absolutely a perfect assistant for industrial model making.Features:
•Dual CPU + 32 subdivision motherboard + 57 stepper motor
•Balance connecting rod structure + Full stainless steel structure
•Large Build size 300*200*360mm + 0.04mm layer thickness + Fast speed
•More rapid: Fire-new XY structure, 20% speed and 30% accuracy increase
•More human: Multi language, Dual CPU motherboard, digital current control
•Refined: Stainless steel, Laser cutting seamless welding
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Unit|
|Input Format||G Code|
When the editors at Make: tested the original Ultimaker in our first annual Ultimate Guide to 3D Printing, we were impressed with the machine's speed and resolution. When we tested the Ultimaker 2 in our 2nd Ultimate Guide, we were even more impressed.
The Ultimaker 2 was created to be as easy to use as possible, letting you focus on creating and enjoying your prints instead of spending time tweaking and troubleshooting the machine. The printer features a bright OLED (organic light-emitting diode) screen which allows you to print files directly from an SD card, freeing up your computer to do other things. The glass-heated print bed accommodates ABS plastic printing (in addition to PLA filament) and the redesigned hot-end was designed with a smaller hot zone to reduce potential clogs and jams.
Capable of printing from 30-300mm/s and up to a .02mm (20 micron) layer height, the Ultimaker 2 is the fastest, highest resolution FDM (fused-deposition modeling) printer on the market today.
Overall Dimensions - 338 x 358 x 389 mm
Build Volume - 230 x 225 x 205 mm
Print Speed - 30-300mm/
Maximum Resolution - 0.02mm (20 micron)
Print from SD Card - Ye
Print Material - 3mm ABS or PLA
Noise Level - 49db
Recommended Software - Cura
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