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Ultimaker Timelapse: Low-Poly Icons we all remember!

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We just launched a new timelapse, featuring some pretty cool low-poly models. They were designed especially for us and printed on the Ultimaker 2 Go.

It is time to bring back some friends we all spent so much time with..

After assembling his first Ultimaker 3D printer, @Flowalistik got a real kick from printing models. Although he hadn’t designed them himself back then, he enjoyed the process of calibrating the machine and getting everything right for the perfect 3D print. He took a sense of ownership of it.

Then in 2014, he was playing Pokémon and when he’d finished, he realized that he had the same feeling of ownership for the video game characters. It was this initial spark that led him to conceive his low-poly characters.

Want to read the rest of his adventure? You can find it here.

You can find the models here.

Print 'm all!

The energetic, sugar-rush like, weird and awesome video that goes along with these models can be found below.

Enjoy!

 

Edited by TheDeugd

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