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What we do

UltiMaker is a global leader in 3D printing, focused on shaping the future of manufacturing and product development. With a wide range of cutting-edge 3D printing solutions, including the popular S and Method series, and an extensive portfolio of 3D printing materials, UltiMaker is paving the way for innovation across industries. As part of its dedication to advancing education, UltiMaker also offers the MakerBot sub-brand and Sketch series, providing one of the most comprehensive 3D printing ecosystems for classroom learning. With a focus on reliability, precision, and innovation, UltiMaker is empowering customers to push the boundaries of what’s possible. Learn more at www.ultimaker.com.

Latest Posts

Dutch welding solutions specialist Elektrolas uses the UltiMaker S5 ProBundle to minimize machine downtimes and facilitate cobot welding for its customers.

How UltiMaker 3D Printing Supports Automated Welding

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ERIKS: Leveraging 3D Printing to Improve Manufacturing Processes

Korneel Bullens began using UltiMaker in 2013, when the company released its first desktop 3D printer, the Ultimaker 2. What started out as a personal fascination soon evolved into a business, thanks to collaborations with UltiMaker and Protolabs Network by Hubs (formerly 3D Hubs).

Korneel's 3D Services: Empowering Business Growth with UltiMaker 3D Printing

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3D Printing for Mass Production in the Food Industry: The Policom Case

New report: Examining the pivotal role of additive manufacturing in manufacturing, packaging, and transportation

Transforming Production: The Unseen Power of 3D Printing

Pensa recently added the Method XL 3D printer to its repertoire of 3D printers. Method XL joins its predecessors, Method and Method X, to give the team of designers and engineers a seamless 3D printing process aimed at boosting prototyping and R&D and scaling production.

Design and Engineering Firm Pensa adds Method XL for Small Batch Production