Ultimaker 2+

93% Recommended


The Ultimaker 2+ is a updated version of the Ultimaker 2 and has replaced the original version. This is a fairly plug and play 3D printer with an easy to use interface. It comes with a heated build plate and can use a variety of 3D printing materials.

Product Details

Improve Printer Specifications
Printer Type
Print Bed Size (mm)
223 x 223 x 205
Layer Resolution
20-300 microns
Material Types
ABS,PLA. PET, Nylon, Flexible
Maximum Temperature
260° C
Open Source

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Avatar small By sahrye on Oct 03 2017
Great out of the box reliable printer

Prints most filaments on a fairly large heated build plate.  In general very reliable and very easy to use.  Uses SD cards so you don't need a wifi or internet connection.  We travel with the printer to different conventions/maker faires and it usually just needs to be re-leveled and then prints fine.  Occasional print failures but better than some other filament printers I've tried.  I have not tried the community or customer service.  Like many printers with the same filament feed method this printer does not like the really soft ninjaflex but we've had success printing with the harder flexible filaments.  We've also had a lot of success printing directly on fabric using the "sandwich" method.  Uses 3 mm filament.

Avatar small By Roel on Nov 20 2017
Awesome printer

At first I bought an Anet A8 to learn and get the experience of 3d printing. And I loved it so after 2 years with a lot of maintenance and new spare parts I treated myself with an Ultimaker 2+.

It prints awesome quality and is so silent in comparison with the Anet. 

Avatar small By Winston Ford on Nov 27 2017
Plug and play

If you want spend more time printing and less time hacking and tweaking, spend the money and save time.

Avatar small By ALEXANDER SIMONS on Jan 05 2018
it's a good 3d printer

it not my printer its my art classes and i think it prints well i've seen it print about 3 times but i've seen multiple things that have came out of it and i think it is just delightful 

Avatar small By Lucas Imark on Feb 06 2018
A great printer

its a great Printer, although a little bit expensive. But you get what you’re paying for! Never had big problems...

Avatar small By dchapweske on Apr 16 2018
Good product, easy to use

We use  it with our students. Never any major problems, would recommend.

Avatar small By Sergio Perosanz Ramos on Jul 19 2018

If there is any failure, usually the failure is mine. Easy to use and good quality. 

Avatar small By mounir on Jul 29 2018
Easy and reliable

I started touse this kind of printer in a fablab, finaly I baught one. Very easy to use, just frustrated when I have to wait 10 or 20 hours to print a simple object.  

Small tigger By tiggerpenny on Jan 20 2019
The Ultimaker 2+ is a excellent Printer but somewhat overpriced.

 Very reliable, quite and easy to use with a high success rate. Considering  other printers on the market it is somewhat overpriced when compared to the offered features. The software CURA is excellent and extensive but is not unique to the Ultimaker.

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