Ultimaker 3 3D Printer

Set of dimensioned elevation drawings of the Ultimaker 3 measured with height, width, and depth

The Ultimaker 3 is a reliable dual extrusion FDM 3D printer that allows the user to print sophisticated models with intricate geometries. Water soluble support structures allow for smooth surface finishes and the production of complex parts. Other features include a dependable dual extrusion, swappable print cores, and a low-noise fan system for optimized cooling.

The Ultimaker 3 has a physical outer height of 15.3” (38.9 cm), width of 13.46” (34.2 cm), and depth of 14.96” (38 cm). The overall build volume is 7.9" (20 cm) tall, 8.5” (21.6 cm) wide, 8.5” (21.6 cm) deep, and has a layer resolution between 20-200 microns.


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15.3” | 38.9 cm
13.46” | 34.2 cm
14.96” | 38 cm
23.4 lb | 10.6 kg

Build Volume:

Height: 7.9" | 20 cm

Width: 8.5” | 21.6 cm
Depth: 8.5” | 21.6 cm

Layer Resolution:
20-200 microns


Drawings include:
Ultimaker 3 front elevation, top, side

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A 3D Printer is a square or rectangular machine which is able to create 3D objects out a variety of materials. An object is first modeled in a 3D program, and then sent to the 3D printer. The printer then splices the 3D object into layers, and is able to print from the bottom of the base to the top.