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The New Ultimaker Print Core - CC RED 0.6 mm

September 25, 2018

To enable simple printing of composite materials, Ultimaker is launching a new print core CC Red 0.6 mm.

The print core, developed in collaboration with Anders Olsson, features a precision-machined 0.6 mm diameter nozzle with a specially customized geometry. With a wear-resistant ruby cone at its tip, this print core ensures reliable 3D printing with composite materials. Also included in the packaging are four spare Ultimaker S5 nozzle covers, for long-term use.

Together with profiles in Ultimaker Cura, this swappable print core will make getting perfect results with these third-party materials as easy and seamless as using Ultimaker filament. No need to manually set printing parameters, and no need to worry about whether your nozzle can handle the abrasion — the print core CC Red was created for a lifetime of abrasion-ready 3D printing.

The print core CC Red will be available through Ultimaker resellers from November 13, 2018.

More information coming November 2018

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