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E3D and Ultimaker: An improved print core for advanced 3D printing materials

Ultimaker is a leading Dutch 3D printer OEM with customers all over the world. They commissioned E3D to design, develop, and deliver a new generation of HotEnd components for their range of professional 3D printers.
E3D and Ultimaker: An improved print core for advanced 3D printing materials

E3D and LulzBot: Building toolheads that perform

LulzBot is one of the most well-known 3D printing brands in the USA. They run a large operation, producing thousands of 3D printers, and employing roughly 100 staff. Their 3D printing customer base ranges from engineers, to designers, to factory-floor workers, to makers. Changes have happened at LulzBot since they began in 2011, but one thing that’s remained steady is their manufacturing partnership with E3D.
E3D and LulzBot: Building toolheads that perform

E3D and Modix: Manufacturing partnerships create big results

"Since day one, E3D has been a partner we can rely on. Our partnership has helped us accelerate product development, and their expertise has been invaluable to us in producing top-quality, reliable machines for our customers." – Shachar Gafni, CEO of Modix
E3D and Modix: Manufacturing partnerships create big results

E3D and Hydra Research: Flexible material performance with Hemera

One of the biggest design challenges for Hydra Research was sourcing an extrusion system that could reliably 3D print rigid materials like PLA, ABS, and CPE, and flexible filaments without the need to reconfigure any parts of the machine. Thanks to Hemera, Hydra Research customers can achieve best in-class 3D printing speeds with flexible materials, and excellent performance with more rigid filaments too.
E3D and Hydra Research: Flexible material performance with Hemera