Ultimaker Expands S-line Product Family with Ultimaker S3

Professional-grade 3D printer brings in-house production to any desk.

Professional-grade 3D printer brings in-house production to any desk.

Image courtesy of Ultimaker.


Ultimaker unveiled the Ultimaker S3, the latest addition to its S-line product family of 3D printers. The Ultimaker S3 offers turnkey production capacity. The affordable desktop 3D printer has composite-ready performance and an efficiently small footprint to fit easily on any desktop. The Ultimaker S3 offers a way to adopt and drive in-house 3D printing.

The new Ultimaker S3 integrates into Ultimaker’s open ecosystem. The feeder wheels are made of hardened steel and together with the CC print core, users can print with almost any 2.85 mm filament – such as PLA, ABS, Nylon, third-party materials and abrasive materials. Engineers can design, test and produce models and custom end-use parts with the widest range of materials for their manufacturing needs. The wider nozzle coverage ensures that no space is wasted, which offers an increased build-volume-to-size ratio.

The Ultimaker S3 contains a touch interface and predefined print settings that facilitate more precise 3D printing as part of any workflow. A heated build plate, advanced active levelling, a stiffer build platform and accurate stepper drivers result in the highest print quality of a machine in this form factor. The dual filament flow sensors can detect empty filament spools in the Ultimaker S3 and will automatically pause print jobs so that users can immediately replenish materials and keep the machine running seamlessly.

The Ultimaker S3 costs $4,395 USD and is available starting September 24, 2019 through Ultimaker's network of global partners.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

More Ultimaker Coverage

Winners of 2020 Design for Additive Manufacturing Challenge Virtually Announced
Designs of Additive Industries contest demonstrate industrial capabilities of 3D metal printing, honorable mention for SMS Group.
ERIKS Collaborates with Ultimaker to Scale Up 3D Printing Capacity for OEM and MRO Industries
Multi-product specialist supports customers through co-engineering and facilitates high industry standards to 3D print parts on demand.
Construct3D 2020 Headed to Rice University
Academic 3D printing conference connects hundreds of educators, students and experts to accelerate the adoption and exploration of digital fabrication in education.
Editor’s Picks: Sept. 26-Oct. 2, 2019
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
Editor’s Picks: Sept. 19-25, 2019
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
Ultimaker Company Profile

Share This Article

Subscribe to our FREE magazine, FREE email newsletters or both!

Join over 90,000 engineering professionals who get fresh engineering news as soon as it is published.


About the Author

DE Editors's avatar
DE Editors

DE’s editors contribute news and new product announcements to Digital Engineering. Press releases can be sent to them via [email protected].

Follow DE
#23155