June 3, 2020
How does this compact 3D printer really work to make business better?
Join 3D printing expert, Matt Griffin, as he demonstrates the design-to-print workflow and explains why the Ultimaker S3 has become his favorite machine.
Key insights include:
- All the internal and external features that make the Ultimaker S3 capable for so many different projects
- The two reasons why the Ultimaker S3 can print bigger parts than its predecessor – despite using the same size build plate
- Why it made sense that the Ultimaker S3 only has one glass door (with a hinge on the left)
- The untold story behind the 3D printer's creation – from the minds who envisioned and built it
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