Ultimaker, a leading 3D printer manufacturer, has launched two new 3D printers at CES Las Vegas 2016. Ultimaker will reveal the new Ultimaker 2+ and Ultimaker 2 Extended+ based on the popular Ultimaker 2 family of 3D printers. Ultimaker will also share its vision and projection of the 3D printing market in 2016.
“We are excited to release two new 3D printers at CES this year,” says Jos Burger, CEO of Ultimaker. “The Ultimaker 2+ and Ultimaker 2 Extended+ are results of countless collaborations and insightful feedback we have received from the Ultimaker community. Both printers feature crucial upgrades based on what our customers are looking for in a 3D printer.”
As a part of the Ultimaker vision and its modular machine strategy, Ultimaker announces two new 3D printers, the Ultimaker 2+ and Ultimaker 2 Extended+. Both machines are the successors of the current Ultimaker 2 and Ultimaker 2 Extended and are available for purchase immediately. Due to Ultimakers open source strategy, they collaborated with the community for the following upgraded features on both machines: Interchangeable Nozzles, Optimized Print Results and Enhanced Surface Quality.
“We have seen great success this year with professionals and educators who can optimize the modular components of our infrastructure for their own specific needs,” says Jos Burger, CEO of Ultimaker. “Ultimaker has seen an expansion of sales within industries such as Aerospace, Automotive, Healthcare, Energy and Education especially within engineering, design and manufacturing in the past year. We look forward to see how Ultimaker’s global community will continue to grow and help it create the products of the future.”