This week Bosch has announced a global investment in the Ultimaker 3 extended 3D printers and will invest on a global scale in Ultimaker 3 Extended printers. Ultimaker was formed back in 2011, and over the last six years has grown to become a market-leader; creating powerful, professional and accessible desktop 3D printers for both home and business users. The recently launched Ultimaker 3 3D printer offers a 215 x 215 x 300mm build volume with layers up to 20 micron in size and expands the company’s range even further offering reliable dual extrusion with water-soluble support together with fast changeovers thanks to its new swappable print cores.
Jos Burger, CEO at Ultimaker explains what the investment meant for the 3D printing company: “We are very happy that this well-respected, leading supplier of technology and services chose our desktop 3D printers after an intensive selection procedure by its Additive Manufacturing department. The team at Ultimaker is working hard to make 3D printing accessible by continuously improving our hardware, software, materials and services. This global investment of Bosch confirms that our 3D printing ecosystem is ready to advance innovation on a global scale. The quality and speed of our service is the same in all countries, which helps our clients to go from an idea to manufacturing validation in just a few days, no matter where they are in the world.”
More information on the Ultimaker 3 range of 3D printers jump over to the official Ultimaker website by following the link below or the official press release from Bosch to learn more about their global investment
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