How to choose your setup

There are three LUTUM® 3d printers you can choose from. They all consist of the same Large base but have different build volume, overal print speeds, ease of use and extruder systems.

There are three standard configurations:

– The LUTUM® mini,

The mini has 1 extruder, a 43x46x50cm build volume and is the easiest to operate. It is also the fastest printer because of the lower weight compared to the other configurations. It can be expanded at any time with a second extruder and is the best machine to start with

– The LUTUM® dual (experimental)

Has two extruders, a 43x46x50dual color build volume and is challenging.


Has 1 extruder but a very tall Z axix. the builvolume is 43x46x80cm As a result of the added weight printspeeds are slower.  This printer can also be configured with a dual extruder.

All systems can handle regular Gcode files prepared by open source slicer software like Slic3r and Repetier.

All LUTUM® printers are easy to assemble. They arrive as easy to install kits to save on shipping volume. Assembly is quick, 4 bolts to fix the arm, 4 bolts to fix a motor cover, 4 plugs to fix into 4 sockets, 2 screws to close the electronics compartment end two T-wraps to fix the data cables between the arm the base.

The LUTUM® CLAY system 

The clay storage and pressure vessels are made of high pressure plastic parts with a transparent tube to easily check clay levels.

The maximum working pressure is 5 Bar (72psi) for the large cartridge and come with a pressure dial for easy checking, a safety pressure relief valve and an easy, quicksnap, orion style air hose connector on top.

There are three variants, one with volume of roughly 2.5 Liters a Larger version with a volume of around 8 Liters and the microcartridge handling 650cc of clay. They all have their specific usages but we recommend to start with the microcartridge as its easy to fill and quickly attached to the system.

controlbox-inzetThe LUTUM® Control.

With A singe press-dial system and a large 128×64 dot LCD screen you have total control over the printer.

The box includes SD support for stand alone printing (recommended). There is also a USB connection on the back of the printer for direct computer interface


LUTUM® Options and add-ons

There are a few addons and options available. you can find hem in our inline store; printer assembly tools, sculpting tools, clay preperation tools, second and optional Pugmill connectors for the clay cartridge.




Lead time is 12 weeks after confirmation of order (excluding shipping time). A down payment is needed before your order is accepted. Other sales conditions may apply. See additional information alongside your Quote.