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Ultimaker fast and precise enough for low quantity production of plastic enclosure for electronics?

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Posted · Ultimaker fast and precise enough for low quantity production of plastic enclosure for electronics?

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We would be happy to hear feedback from users who use Ultimaker 2 for low quantity actual producing.

Is the result good/strong enough?

What is the difference in look and strenght with products made by mold?

I heard there are machines to improve the surface, make it smoother, any one can recommend such machine? Is it worth it?

Any users in Thailand that we could contact/visit?

Kind regards,

Wim

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