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Ultimaker’s premium 3D printers were designed through open source collaboration. They are extremely reliable and they are enjoyed by professionals all over the world, particularly in business and school environments. We stock all of Ultimaker’s 3D printers as well as ABS and PLA filaments. Discover the range below, or give our team a call on 01765 540 115 or email us at email@example.com if you require any help with your purchase.
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The print core 0.6 CC Red allows your Ultimaker S5 to work with more materials than ever before. The tough ruby tip allows for printing in abrasive materials and the customised internal geometry reduces clogging.
Developed in conjunction with engineers Ander Olsson, the 0.6 CC Red print core expands the Ultimaker S5’s material library to include composites such as plastics imbued with carbon fibre, glass, or ceramics.
The print core 0.6 CC Red features the same swappable design as the AA and BB print cores, keeping the maximum uptime for your Ultimaker S5, whatever material you are printing in.
The print core 0.6 CC Red is compatible with the Ultimaker S5 and comes with four spare Ultimaker S5 nozzle covers.
Please be aware that the print core 0.6 CC is not recommended for use with the Ultimaker 3, due to the Ultimaker 3 feeder not being wear-resistant.
Founded in 2011, Netherlands-based 3D printer manufacturer Ultimaker is one of the main players in the desktop 3D printer market. Ultimaker 3D printers all utilise fused filament fabrication (FFF) technology with the company committed to being open source.
Ultimaker started selling 3D printers in May 2011. Their first printer, the “Ultimaker”, paved the way for all other models that succeeded it. Ultimaker’s current range of desktop-class 3D printers includes the Ultimaker Original+, Ultimaker 2 Go, Ultimaker 2+ and Ultimaker 2 Extended+. The Ultimaker Original+ is a DIY kit for makers who want to hack and tweak their 3D printer. All other models in the Ultimaker range come fully preassembled, ready to be used in engineering, design and educational environments.
Ultimaker is committed to being an open source vendor. One can download and access each printer’s documentation and source files once they become available. This has enabled Ultimaker to innovate and update their line of printers over the years, and their community has had a significant input into the new features that have found their way into Ultimaker’s new 3D printers. For example, the swappable nozzle system and geared feeder motor found in the 2016 ‘Plus’ range of 3D printers are so because of user and community feedback.