3D Printer // Ultimaker S5

$20.00

$10/hour

Suitable for Beginner to Advanced Users

NEW 30% PRICE REDUCTION

Our industry grade Ultimaker S5 Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) printer is great for complicated prototypes where you have long overhangs or island layers that need to be printed against an easily removable support structure.

Our Ultimakers have the capacity to print two materials for powerful, reliable, and versatile 3D printing. Your models can output to over 200 materials (check availability) including metal and composites. Use water soluble supports to create intricate print-in-place parts with bridging, overhangs, and clear b-sides. This also opens up the ability to design moving assemblies with smooth inter-operable parts. When the print is done just pop your model off its base and drop it in water. Overnight the soluble support dissolves away leaving clean smooth prototypes. No more hours lost and finishes marred by tedious support removal.

With a generous print volume (13”x9.5”x11.8”), adjustable layer thickness down to 20 microns, automated leveling and hot end cleaning, and straightforward software you’ll be pumping out parts in no time. ABS, PLA, and water soluble PVA filaments are included in your reservation price. Use of other Ultimaker supported filaments is available with a material fee. Let us know if you’re interested. We typically keep one color of filament open at any given time.

What are you waiting for? Take one of our 3D Printer Orientations or contact us to set up a Checkout, then use the calendar below to reserve your time and get to work.

Note that we are now a fully vaccinated campus and will be checking your vaccination status at the door. To book your time, click on the date you want to use the 3D printer (highlighted in green below) and select enough time to complete your project. Then check out through the shopping cart.



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Please Note: Rates and open hours shown are preliminary and subject to change without notice. All prices are based on a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) model. All members and guests are trained to operate equipment and work on projects independently.

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