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G’day everyone,

I’ve been spending a bit of time doing due diligence prior to purchasing my first 3d printer, and the Ultimaker 2 really looks like it’s the most attractive option. I am looking at using the printer for some experimentation with specific applications related to dentistry, so the accuracy and precision is really important.

Everything I’ve read and watched confirms that the Ultimaker has what I need, but I’d like to be 100% sure prior to taking the plunge.

I’m wondering if anyone here would be interested in doing some paid prints for me? Ideally you would have a fine tip nozzle, and a few different filament options — and hopefully be able to tweak settings if necessary to be able to produce some models that will be about as good as the Ultimaker can achieve. I would be happy to organise remuneration in advance either through Paypal or BTC.

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