I've owned mine for about six months and it was a great introduction to this hobby for our family. I've since upgraded to a full size Ultimaker 2.
* This thing is very solid and reliable. It's really striking how well constructed this is. Pictures don't do it justice. You don't encounter machinery this precise in your life outside of industrial settings.
* Everything in this printer is exactly the same as the larger version. Same diameter rods. Same motherboard. Same bearings. This printer is very solid and repeatable and I never had an issue that wasn't bowden related.
* Ultimaker community and support is amazing. Don't buy a printer on specs which only matter if you can actually print something and if that thing is usable. Buy it on community and support. Any problem or question you could ever have has been experienced and solved by someone else and posted on the forums. And if not, their support is perfect.
* High quality bearings and components made this quieter than some of my other cheaper printers have been. Theoretically it means it will last longer, but I haven't been printing for long enough for this to matter yet.
* You can print very, very fast with this printer. The mechanical precision is nothing short of mesmerizing at 100mm/s.
* Lack of a heated bed is a big mistake here. I purchased a heated bed upgrade kit and it was a bit tricky to install. Once I installed it, I was much happier with using this printer. When prints were done, I could take off the glass plate and pop it in the freezer. 30 seconds later the part would fall off. Parts have a glassy smooth, beautiful finish on hot glass. Printing on tape sucks and this is why I knocked a star off.
* 3mm filament is not as readily available. Some of the suppliers can be more expensive. I've converted my full size Ultimaker 2 to 1.75 and I'm happier with it. I've noticed that the 3mm printer is smellier than a 1.75mm printer sitting right next to it.
I now have a full size Ultimaker 2, but 90% of what I print fits in the build volume of the go. The only issue I ever had was bowden related. The cable really has to be all the way down into the nozzle and it can be tricky to insert it sometimes.
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 25,8 x 25 x 28,8 cm ; 10,8 Kg
- Produktgewicht inkl. Verpackung: 10,8 Kg
- Modellnummer: 2 GO
- ASIN: B00ZDRB0X6
- Im Angebot von Amazon.de seit: 24. Juni 2015
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: Schreiben Sie die erste Bewertung
Nr. 86.104 in Gewerbe, Industrie & Wissenschaft (Siehe Top 100 in Gewerbe, Industrie & Wissenschaft)
- Nr. 668 in 3D-Druckmaschinen
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