Geldermalsen, the Netherlands, 9 April 2014 – Zuyd University of Applied Sciences is participating in the 2014 Shell Eco-marathon with a car for which 3D printing technology has been used in the production process. The Shell Eco-marathon is an annual competition that aims to challenge student teams to develop, build and test ultra-efficient cars.
Ever wanted to print an object several times? More than can fit on one buildplate? If you’ve ever seen Ultimaker at an exhibition, you might have seen us printing stretchy bracelets to give away, or stretchlets as we call them.
Geldermalsen, The Netherlands, Friday February 7th 2014
When it comes to 3D printing Ultimaker has an excellent track record. Over the last 3 years Ultimaker became well known for its innovation, quality and usability.
The younger audience is growing for 3D printing and Ultimaker aims to contribute to making the full 3D experience accessible to everyone. The way kids work with 3D printers has changed with the coming of Doodle3D.
A New Dutch show called GreenTech gives the opportunity for kids to prototype their durable inventions. They will be assisted by a professional team and innovative techniques like 3D Printing. Ultimaker is there to help.