UltiMaker Launches the S7 Flagship S-Series 3D Printer

The UltiMaker S7 builds on the S-Series printers, with new features including an integrated Air Manager and a flexible build plate.

The UltiMaker S7 builds on the S-Series printers, with new features including an integrated Air Manager and a flexible build plate.

The S7 is compatible with the UltiMaker ecosystem of over 200 materials. Image courtesy of Ultimaker.

UltiMaker, a global leader in desktop 3D printing, has launched the UltiMaker S7, part of its series of 'S' 3D printers.

“With the S7, we took everything our customers loved about the S5 and made it even better,” says UltiMaker CEO Nadav Goshen.

The UltiMaker S7 introduces new features designed for ease of use and print reliability, the company says. A new flexible build plate makes removing prints a breeze and the integrated Air Manager filters out up to 95% of UFPs and improves temperature regulation. The S7 also features improved automated bed leveling for first-layer adhesion.

Advances in temperature regulation on the S7 allow users to capitalize on the large 330x240x300-mm build volume—with accuracy from the first printed layer to the last. The flexplate also provides easy part removal post-printing, reducing labor, the company reports.

The S7 will be compatible with the UltiMaker ecosystem of over 200 materials and offers integration with software, UltiMaker Cura, printing with a wide range of materials on the market, and support.

With the S7 Pro Bundle, users can also pair the S7 with the UltiMaker Material Station to print with up to six spools with automatic material switching and humidity control.

“With the new S7, customers can be setup and running in minutes: managing printers, users, and designs with our Digital Factory software, improving their 3D printing knowledge with e-learning courses on the UltiMaker Academy, and choosing from hundreds of materials and plugins using the UltiMaker Cura Marketplace,” Goshen says.

To learn more about the S7, click here.

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

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