Ultimaker S5 Reconditioned
£6,462.00 inc. VAT
£4,577.25 ex. VAT
Discover the easy-to-use desktop 3D printer with a large build volume that delivers accurate, industrial-grade parts, time and again. With simple setup, high uptime, and reliable dual extrusion, Ultimaker S5 is the complete professional 3D printing solution.
- Features & Benefits
- Reconditioned 3D Printers
- Meet the Ultimaker S5
Features & Benefits
Active bed levelling ensures a perfect first layer, a closed front controls airflow, and a filament flow sensor will pause your print and notify you if you run out of material. Trust the S5 to do its job while you do yours.
Bigger Build Volume
A build volume of 330 x 240 x 300 mm (13 x 9.4 x 11.8 inches), combined with Ultimaker’s reliable dual extrusion and water-soluble support, gives even more freedom to realize your designs or print multiple parts in one go so you can meet demand with maximum efficiency, while fitting
comfortably on your desk.
Fast Setup, High Uptime
With Ultimaker’s unique print core design, swap nozzles in seconds to switch between build and support materials, or choose from 0.8, 0.4, or 0.25 mm print cores for fast or detailed prints.
Easy Touch Control
A 4.7-inch (11.9 cm) touch display makes operating the 3D printer effortless, displaying visual guides to explain configuration changes and maintenance, plus a visual preview of your print.
Designed to Connect
The Ultimaker S5 auto-detects material and print core configuration, while over-the-air firmware upgrades make adding the latest features simple. Print over Wi-Fi, Ethernet, or from a USB stick, and monitor progress via the built-in camera.
Reconditioned 3D Printers
All our reconditioned 3D printers come with lifetime support via phone/email – the same as all of our other machines. Reconditioned 3D Printers are ex-loan/demo machines, they may have slight cosmetic imperfections but are fully working and tested. Every reconditioned 3D Printer is refurbished to the manufacturer’s high standards and tested by the certified trained technical experts at 3DGBIRE. All of the reconditioned printers come with a six-month warranty.
Cura Software and Ultimaker
Cura has been engineered to make the very most of the Ultimaker 3D printer. And vice versa. Born from open source collaboration, together they create a stable, reliable and seamless 3D printing experience. This free innovative software makes 3D printing so easy. For newbies, it’ll do everything for you, and for experts, there’s a world of advanced settings to tinker with. As it’s open source, developers work with the community to enrich it even more. Download it for free!
Industry Leading 12 Month Warranty and Lifetime Support
All the parts, except the hot end, come with a 1-year warranty. Ultimaker also offers lifetime support through email and phone. There’s also an awesome community with plenty of knowledge to help you out when you’re in need.
The Ultimaker Community Has Over 10,00 3D Printing Experts
It’s an active community of experts who are full of useful tips and tricks, are always on hand for troubleshooting and collectively create a great networking platform. In fact, some of our key product upgrades and ideas were conceived in this very community. So when you add it all up, it’s an open source experience you need to be a part of and don’t want to miss out on!
“The Ultimaker is another major Ultimaker step forward. I have just added an S5 to my collection of Ultimakers 2, 3 and 3 Extended. I kicked off with a project involving three 30 hour prints, and I’m delighted to say that the S5 delivered immaculately.
In setting up, I could appreciate how Ultimaker are steadily improving the simple things. There’s now no need for a separate power block. Feeding filament into the drive mechanisms at the back has become easier.
The device which allows filament from the second reel at the back to feed in without tangling reduces the risk of filament tangles, which has been an issue for me in the past. Then there is the fact that there is so much more space to play around with. This will help me because I have regularly been asked to print items in that difficult 200-250 mm range, which involve trying designs on their edges or on diagonals.
It’s so nice to know that I can just print them out in whatever orientation will produce the best functional results. Oh yes, and the automatic calibration is increasingly thorough, so giving me confidence that jobs will print out with sliding.”
Louis Turner on Jul 19, 2019
|Build volume||330 x 240 x 300 mm
(13 x 9.4 x 11.8 inches)
|Assembled dimensions||495 x 585 x 780 mm
(19.5 x 23 x 30.7 inches)
|Print technology||Fused filament fabrication (FFF)|
|Compatible filament diameter||2.85 mm|
|Weight||20.6 kg (45.4 lbs)|
|Maximum power output||500 W|
|Layer resolution||0.25 mm nozzle: 150 – 60 micron
0.4 mm nozzle: 200 – 20 micron
0.6 mm nozzle: 300 – 20 micron
0.8 mm nozzle: 600 – 20 micron
|XYZ resolution||6.9, 6.9, 2.5 micron|
|Feeder type||Dual-geared feeder, reinforced for composite materials|
|Display||4.7-inch (11.9 cm) color touchscreen|
|Print core replacement||Swappable print cores|
|Print head||Dual extrusion print head with an auto-nozzle lifting system and swappable print cores|
|Nozzle diameters||0.25 mm, 0.4 mm, 0.6 mm, 0.8 mm|