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About winze

  • Birthday 07/09/1988

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    Could be that I'm just overlooking something, but isn't that just the default way of doing it? (eg the same way the UMO Dual extrusion kit does it?) in the video (after a while) there is a small mechanism that somehow lifts the head about 1 or 2 mm and lowers the other one. it's also the defacto standard way of doing this with 2 nozzles in a static head.. so not that surprising. It was the lifting part of it I had in mind, and the water cooling, haven't seen that on many machines yet. Anyhow, I'm really excited to see how Ultimaker has solved this.
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    Anyone seen this approach to dual nozzles before ?Maybe this is the way the new Ultimaker is built?
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    Ultimaker 3 release date ?

    Can't wait for October 18 Looks like there will be dual extrusion!
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    Need a camera for remote monitoring

    I'm using this D-link ipcam and it work like a charm.
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    Nominated 5 times! :o

    Have my votes too!
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    Hello from Norway

    Wow, definitely taking the trip to Trondheim to visit the Maker Faire at saturday. Thank you for showing me this IRobertI!
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    Hello from Norway

    Live about 2 hours south-west from Trondheim, kinda in the middle between Trondheim and Kristiansund. Moving to the states to start a business sound interesting May I ask what business you are starting? (3D-printing related?)
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    Hello from Norway

    Yeah, the 25% tax on top of an already expensive machine but at least I'm aware of it I just close my eyes and try to forget about it when paying the tax, and I will at least have one nice piece of equipment to think of instead
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    Hello from Norway

    Hello everyone! Did order a Ultimaker 2 a couple of days ago, so excited now The Ultimaker will be replacing my 1 year old Solidoodle 2, hopefully it will be a worthy replacement. Looking forward for a larger build volume and more quiet operation.

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