IT'S ALL NEW, NEW, NEW IN NEW YORK.

Ultimaker will be attending the New York 3D Printshow on floor 2, stand A4 from the 16th-19th of April, revealing their latest innovations in desktop 3D printing. And they have a lot of new stories to tell…

New 3D Printshow Booth. Showcasing all the latest technologies and stories from Ultimakers world, the booth is a snapshot of whats happening right now in 3D printing across design and medicine. It also reveals inspiring stories of how 3D printing is dramatically changing lives, such as making prosthetics available to all. As part of this engaging exhibit is an awe-inspiring life-sized 3D printed motorcycle, lovingly created by Jonathan Brand. This translucent wonder is a real treat for the eyes - whos ever seen a complete 3D printed motorcycle? Visit Ultimaker on floor 2, stand A4 to see it in all its glory.


A new community platform. On April 16th Ultimaker will be launching their brand new community platform - redesigned from the ground up, its effortlessly intuitive and fun to use. A completely new experience, it allows members to actively share new ideas with Ultimaker and the rest of the community, earn badges based on their interaction, post their latest prints for all to admire, offer technical and creative support to each other directly through message boards, and well, theres much, much, more besides too.

The new Ultimaker Family models arrive. Two hotly anticipated new models, the Ultimaker 2 Go and the Ultimaker 2 Extended, will begin shipping in the last week of April and will also be making an appearance at the 3D Printshow. These two models complete the current lineup of the Ultimaker 2 range giving customers the option of a smaller more compact printer with the Ultimaker 2 Go, great for life on the move; an industry leading desktop printer with the Ultimaker 2; or the ability to print even larger models with the Ultimaker 2 Extended.

All new Cura. Were announcing the launch of new Cura at the New York 3D Printshow, with the actual software launch date set at July 1st. Ultimaker has rebuilt Cura, their industry leading software, from the ground up to create an even more seamless integration between hardware, software and materials. It now features new pre-settings for materials and default profiles, a very handy undo button, support structure optimization plus many other new abilities.

Inspiring new people every day. From the very beginning, Ultimakers vision has been to make 3D printing accessible to all. Its why all their desktop printers are extremely quiet, fast, accurate and effortless to use. Such a commitment has seen them become one of the most successful open source 3D printing companies around.

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