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3D Printing: The Total Cost of Ownership

This resource will explore and list the ownership costs that will apply to any 3D printer.

Behind the price tag

At Ultimaker, we believe there should be no hidden costs behind a 3D printer’s price tag. After all, ‘leap of faith’ can’t be an expense in your department’s budget.

That’s why our 3D printing experts, with years of experience in testing, fixing, and printing parts on Ultimaker machines, have created this white paper. In it, we list the costs that can crop up when running a fused filament fabrication (FFF) 3D printing solution.

To make things easier, this document uses the Ultimaker S5 as an example.

Read on for a full cost breakdown of the 3D printing workflow. Our aim is to help you:

  • Avoid getting locked into a 3D printing platform that drains your budget with hidden costs
  • Feel confident to choose the most cost-effective 3D printing workflow for your business

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