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UltiMaker S7 Pro Bundle

The digital factory for learning and industrial manufacturing of 3D printed products.

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Specifications

TechnologyFused Deposition Modeling (FDM)
InterfaceUSB, Wi-Fi 2.4 and 5.0 GHz, LAN
Build Volume330 x 240 x 300 mm (13 x 9.4 x 11.8 inches)
Filament Diameter2.85 mm
Max Power Output500 Watts

Overview

It features an inductive sensor-enabled printing bed with an air manager to maintain the build volume at optimally regulated temperatures. The printer is easy to set up, providing access to the Ultimaker platform, materials, and software, and provides an eco-friendly setup, allowing the user to select flexible printing materials. The 3D printer enables users to build larger 3D printed parts or scale up their batch production.

Access to UltiMaker Platform with Flawless Connectivity

The UltiMaker S7 ProjBundle allows the user to access the UltiMaker platform. Hence, the users can access all the essential tools, materials, software, and hardware to get started with the 3D printer instantly. It allows the users to work with the Ultimaker Digital Factory to access, manage, and monitor their designs securely. 

Moreover, the users can access various e-learning materials to improve their 3D printing knowledge and refine their design. The UltiMaker marketplace plugin gives users access to valuable knowledge pools related to 3D printing and various materials. 

The printer is designed to work throughout the day without any glitches, making it a reliable option for industrial manufacturing. Moreover, the design consistency of 3D printed parts means more repeatable and consistent results, allowing for mass production of batches with higher accuracy and precision. 

Versatile Set of Features for Comprehensive 3D Printing Results

The UltiMaker S7 Pro Bundle provides a wide array of state-of-the-art features for smooth and flawless printing tasks. It features the Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) technology and a dual extrusion print head. This print head works on an auto nozzle lifting system featuring swappable print cores.

The 3D printer also features a unique air manager consisting of an EPA filter. The filter is an independently tested part that adheres to the UL2904 standard for particle and chemical emission in 3D printers. It can filter out up to 95% UFPs while regulating the internal chamber temperature. 

The setup process is relatively simple, so it doesn’t take long to achieve the first print. There is an internal high-resolution camera, and it instantly integrates with the extensive UltiMaker Platform for software and material support. The printer features a front loading bay with space for six spools. 

The advanced print bed features an active leveling technology with reliable first-layer adhesion that keeps the printing object in one place. Hence, it reduces manual handling and regular start/stops to ensure high-quality printing. Moreover, it’s a flexible PEI-coated build plate that allows easy adhesion and removal of printed objects. 

The printer can connect to any desktop or portable device via LAN, USB, and Wi-Fi 2.4 and 5.0 GHz. It comes with free support software, i.e., UltiMaker Personal for individuals and UltiMaker Essentials for organizations. Moreover, the printer is compatible with Windows, MacOS, and Linux-based computers.

References

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