Installing the Ultra

Connecting to power

The Ultra is supplied with a power lead & a plug type suited to your region.
The internal power supply automatically regulates to adapt to the local voltage in your region.

The printer is safe to use from 100V to 240V.

  • Place the printer on a sturdy surface.
  • Connect the power cable to the printer and a power outlet.
  • Flip the Power Switch at the rear of the printer & turn the printer on with the power button on top.


When the Ultra has been plugged in and powered on, there are a few steps that need to be performed before printing.
Follow the integrated onboarding steps.

Also see this video for more information >

Language selection

First you must select your desired language.


Printer registration

Please create an Asiga account to access the Material library, software downloads & technical support.
Learn more >

Navigate to www.asiga.com/register and insert the printer serial number displayed on screen.

register printer

Fill out the following fields & click Activate.

  • Serial Number
  • Printer Location


Enter this activation code on the front panel of your Ultra.


Connecting to the Ultra

There are three ways to connect to the Ultra 3D printer.

  1. Wired/ethernet connection
  2. Wifi
  3. Wireless direct

    See below a summary of each of these networking methods.

Wired/Ethernet connection

Select Ethernet

select a network
  • If your network cable is connected properly, you should see an IP Address here.
  • If there is nothing visible,  check the network cable on the rear of the printer or router.
connected to ethernet

Assign fixed IP address

If you wish to assign a fixed IP address to your printer, follow the steps below.

  • Select Ethernet
select a network
  • Toggle off ‘Automatic Configuration’
  • Enter the IP Address & select save.
  • Enter the Subnet Mask & select save.
  • Setting the Gateway, Primary DNS and Secondary DNS are optional & may be left blank.

WiFi connection

Select Wireless Connection

select a network

To set up a WiFi Connection,  select wireless network.


Wireless direct

Wireless Direct allows the printer to act as a wireless access point. This can be used if there is no router available.

Select Wireless Direct

select a network

Select Wireless Direct

Note: This will prevent any WiFi connections to be performed.

wireless direct

Default settings for Wireless Direct:

  • Wireless Network: Printer name
  • IP address:
  • Subnet Mask: