Ultimaker 3

Machine • ERB281 Fab
Safety Training is REQUIRED before using this resource and must be cleared by Hybrid Atelier personnel.

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Features

  • Dual-extrusion
  • 0.4 AA print core for build materials
  • 0.4 BB print core for water-soluble materials
  • Build volume Ultimaker 3: 197 x 215 x 200 mm

Supported Materials (3.00mm)

  • PLA
  • ABS
  • Nylon
  • CPE
  • TPU
  • PVA

Personal Protective Equipment

Gloves Recommended

Take caution when using the scraper to remove parts from the printbed.

Eye Protection Required

Safety glasses must be worn when post-processing a part.

Tie Back Loose Hair

Hair can catch on moving parts.

Hazards

Burn Hazard

Avoid touching the machine nozzles

Pinch Hazard

Avoid touching moving parts on the machine.

Cut Hazard

Take care when handling sharp scrapers.

Things to Avoid

  1. Do not touch the print nozzles when in operation or when cooling down.
  2. Do not print with prohibited materials.

Safety Checks

  1. Ensure residue is not present on the nozzle.
  2. Clean the printbed from adhesive residue.
  3. Verify that your g-code settings match the 3D printer settings.
  4. If part is not released with casual force, remove the glass printbed and apply water to the glass. Wait for adhesive to dissolve, then apply force with the scraper.

Operational Checks

  1. Supervise the 3D printer until the first couple of layers have printed.
  2. Label a post-it with the print job time, your name, and an email to reach you at.

Cleanup

  1. Remove print from test bed. Label print with a post-it if it does not belong to you.
  2. Clean the testbed is excessive adhesive has built up.