Brule resells Dutch 3D printer "Ultimaker2" in Japan

Another Non-Japaneses Manufacturer Enters the Japanese Market
Brulé
today started reselling 3D printer "Ultimaker2" in Japan, manufactured by a Dutch 3D printer company. It is now available for ¥349,800 yen on Brulé's official site.

The printable area range of Ultimaker2 is up to 230×225×205mm. The minimum built-up pitch is 0.02mm. As an FDM or FFF printer, it is one of the 3D printers that has the highest accuracy.

It has a 0.4mm diameter nozzle and its highest speed is 300mm per second.  Regarding its positioning accuracy, it is 0.05mm for the Z-axis and 0.12mm for XY-axis.

  • OS: Linux 12.10 or later, Windows XP or later, Mac OS X 10.6 or later
  • Compliant software: Cure
  • Compliant data format: STL, OBJ, DAE, AMF
  • Compliant material: PLA resin, ABS resin

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