Ultimaker Original+


Hackable without limits, our original DIY 3D printer kit gives you endless freedom to experiment and enjoy reliable, accurate and consistent results.

Key specifications

Build volume

Ultimaker Original

210 x 210 x 205 mm

Ultimaker Original+

210 x 210 x 205 mm

What's build volume?


Ultimaker Original


Ultimaker Original+


Layer resolution



200 micron


Up to:

20 micron


Build Speed

Up to 8 mm³/s

Travel Speed

Up to 300mm/s

Ultimaker Original+
Tailored for limitless creativity


Reliable and accurate

The Ultimaker Original+ offers industry-leading specifications like 20 micron layer resolution and a print head travel speed of up to 300 mm/s.


Easy to modify and expand

With upgrade capabilities, our 3D printer kit allows you to experiment and keep your machine up-to-date as the technology develops.


Affordable and fun

Assembling your own 3D printer is a fun and great learning experience for those who wish to continue pushing the limits of what is possible.

What's in the box?

PVA allows to effortlessly create complex 3D prints by building water soluble support structures.

  • Every part to assemble an Ultimaker Original+


  • UltiController with SD card


  • Power supply and cable, glue stick, grease, hex wrenches and USB cables


  • 750 g Ultimaker PLA


  • Online assembly manual


  • Cura, our award-winning print preparation software


  • Powerful Ultimaker app


  • Lifetime expert support

  • An active global community of makers

Infinite wonders

Whatever the complexity, the Ultimaker Original+ faithfully recreates your vision. The print head is so light it can print at unmatched speeds whilst never losing any of its 20 micron resolution. Its ingenious heated build plate not only prevents warping on your model, but also extremely stable. And it even tackles bridging and overhangs without any fuss.

Ultimaker Original+ 
Make it yours

Educator Robin Platjouw created an innovative makerspace at his primary school which includes Ultimaker 3D printers.

This timelapse shows the Ultimaker Original+ print a model that helps explain to primary school students how the solar system works.

Project Seafood cleans up beaches in Spain and Morocco, 3D printing on the go with filament made out of the plastic trash they find.

Awards and recognition




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