Ultimaker 2 Extended+ 3D Printer
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- Updated 2016 model - multiple improvements made on the original Ultimaker 2 Extended
- Easily switch between the included 0.25, 0.4, 0.6, and 0.8 mm nozzles for greater detail or faster print speed.
- Premium materials used in construction. Heated bed smooths prints and allows for ABS printing.
- The innovative feeder allows you to easily swap filament and choose the correct pressure for your filament.
- The new fancaps ensure the airflow is aimed perfectly below the nozzle and equally from both sides.
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The Ultimaker 2 Extended+ is easy and reliable, updated for the best experience in 3D printing. Featuring a swappable nozzle extruder capable of an amazing 20 micron layer resolution, 12.5 micron XY precision, and 5 micron Z precision, the Ultimaker 2 Extended+ is the best consumer 3D printer available today.
-USB cable (for firmware only)
Dimensions: 49.3 X 34.2 X 68.8 cm
Product Weight: 12kg
Shipping Weight: 19.5kg
Operating Temperature: 15-32°C
Storage Temperature: 0-32°C
Connectivity: SD card slot, USB (firmware updates only)
Power requirements: 24 V DC @ 9.2 AMPS
AC Input: 100-240V / ~4A / 50-60HZ / 221w max
Build Volume: 22.3 X 22.3 X 30.5 cm
Build Platform: Heated
Supported Filament: PLA, ABS, CPE
Max Layer Resolution: 20 microns
XY Positioning Precision: 12.5 microns
Z Positioning Precision: 5 microns
Travel Speed: 30 mm/s - 300 mm/s
Print Technology: FDM
Filament Diameter: 2.85 mm
Support / Warranty
Warranty: One-year manufacturer's warranty
Supported OS: Windows XP+, Mac OS X 10.6+,Linux Ubuntu 12.10+
Supported File Types: STL, OBJ, DAE
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So after a couple of weeks, I've given up and it's going back. Sorry to Dynanism for the hassle, but I just cant justify $3000 on a printer that does less than my cheaper printers. Everyone says this thing is a workhorse, but when I have more luck with my $300 CR-10s than my $3000 Ultimaker, buyers remorse sets in very quickly.
I'll be replacing it with two more Prusas and another CR-10s...and I'll still have cash left in my pocket.
I've had my printer for about 2 weeks now and I am downgrading my originally 5 star rating to 2 stars. Within the first 2-3 days of owning this printer I printed some amazingly detailed objects including space ships, robots and a bust of Albert Einstein. It fully deserved a 5 star rating for what it is capable of printing. However, within 2 weeks or receiving it, the printer started messing up every print I tried to make. Sometimes the prints come out lopsided as each layer is printed a fraction of a millimeter further to one side (so a circular column turns out looking like the leaning tower of Piza). Other times, after a print is about 1/2" to 3/4" tall the entire print will abruptly shift by 1/4 to 1/2 of an inch.
The troubleshooting section on the Ultimaker website is pretty much useless. It describes 3 problems with printing and how to resolve them but not one word about how to address the problem I am having. I have spent hours on the community forum on the Ultimaker website and I have found some suggestions from other users who have experienced the exact same problems I am having and I am sure that after spending additional hours experimenting that I will be able to get my printer working again. However, I have higher expectations of a $3,000 printer. After just 2 weeks of light usage it is unusable until I invest several more hours troubleshooting and fixing it. To say I am disappointed in its reliability is an understatement.
Also to be aware of - I used Cura (the recommended slicing software) for converting the STL files into the format the printer is familiar with (gCode I believe) and when I plugged the printer into the computer (via the USB cord) Cura told me that I needed a firmware upgrade. So I clicked ok and then the printer went completely black and became unresponsive. My heart dropped. For the next 2 hours I googled and tried various fixes. My computer was running Windows 7. The way I fixed it was to use my Surface which was running Windows 10. For whatever reason the drivers did not play nice with Windows 7. So if you almost have a heart attack when you try to upgrade the printer's firmware, try doing it from a different machine. Once plugged into Windows 10 it instantly accepted the new firmware and I was back printing.
Just getting started with it, but love it so far.