When engineering bold new designs, 3D printing let’s you try new prototypes, addressing problems and finding solutions as you go, all in just a matter of hours. Even those with complex internal structures and geometries, something traditional methods just can’t offer.
When research engineer Anders Olsson realized he needed a different print head to print boron carbide plastic – he created a prototype using his Ultimaker.Read full story
First create a prototype of your idea. Then refine it and print another one. And a few more until you’re satisfied. With high accuracy and tight tolerances, it’s the best way to finalize your concepts before manufacturing.Meet the Ultimaker 2+