The Ultimaker S5 is the most reliable large format, dual extrusion 3D printer available. Achieve complex designs thanks to its unique auto-nozzle lifting system, professional build and support material combinations, and swappable print cores.Shop Ultimaker
An evolutionary upgrade to the industry leading SLA Form 2 3D Printer. Boasting stunning prints that balance speed and detail with the new low force SLA process. A new Light Processing Unit increases reliability and future upgradability.Discover Formlabs
Feature rich with advanced features, Dremel has built a fully enclosed, no compromise 3D printer at an amazingly affordable price. The 3D45, with its single extrusion all metal hot ends allows for reliable printing with a variety of materials.Explore Dremel
A powerful line of Einscan Handheld 3D Sccanners capable of freehand scanning at Rapid Mode, with markers in HD mode and static scanning with turntable mode for increased accuracy up to 0.04mm. Versitile, powerful and flexible to work with you in the field or in the office.Scan with Einscan
Sporting Dual retracting hotends with incredible build volumes and an easy to use visual interface, the Raise3D Pro2 line of 3D Printers gives you unmatched value for your large projects. For those looking for max volume dual extrusion goodness.Print Big with Raise3D
Independent dual extrusion, bigger and more reliable. A powerful tool for educators, innovators, designers and engineers alike. Featuring a passively heated build chamber up to 60 degrees, allows for better control on materials such as ABS, Nylon and many more. With a heated bed reaching 120 degrees, you can explore new applications with the range of technical materials powered by BASF and MCPP.
The Mayku FormBox is a desktop vacuum former that brings your ideas to life. It works with any vacuum cleaner and a whole selection of different materials. Use it to make molds in minutes with no additional software or digital model manipulation needed. Seeing those big ideas come to life never seemed so simpleForm with Makyu
This hexagon and hole design is used to create clamping points on your 3D printed part. It is a method of introducing threaded holes to your design by means of a nut and a bolt! It allows you to securely and reliably join two different parts together (ex. two-part enclosure, or a two-piece mold).