RS Components has announced the availability of the latest 3D printer from Ultimaker. The Ultimaker S5 targets the professional end of the market across a number of applications and meets engineering requirements from the creation of prototypes to full end-use industrial-grade components and parts. Headline features include continuous operation, large build volume, advanced connectivity, dual extrusion, an open filament system and the ability to print with a wide range of materials, including third-party filaments.
The Ultimaker S5 brings together the Ultimaker 360-degree holistic approach with the integration of hardware, software and materials. This results in an easy-to-use and highly reliable manufacturing solution with full settings alignment to meet the needs of engineers, designers, or specialists working in many different fields from architecture to medical, as well as use in universities and other academic institutions.
Offering low total cost of ownership, and designed for use by multiple users, the printer employs silent stepper drivers, making it ideal for use in an office or studio environment. A further key element is the printer’s open and flexible platform, which enables users to align the machine with their existing processes to create a highly efficient workflow.
Other features include a build volume of 330 x 240 x 300 mm, which makes it suitable for printing larger objects, and the machine’s active multi-point bed-levelling system. This monitors the flow of material and ensures a perfect first layer by compensating for variations in build-plate topography and then automatically correcting errors during the printing process to deliver high-quality parts.
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