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Hi everyone!

I thought it would be fun to put together a meetup in the San Francisco bay area for Ultimaker owners or people interested in Ultimaker or 3D printing in general to meet each other, talk shop, and show off all the cool things they've been working on.

The first meetup will be this Sunday, October 18th, 2015 from 2-4pm at PIQ Bakery in Downtown Berkeley, CA. I'll have an Ultimaker 2 on-site, so maybe we'll print something.

If this meetup is as fun as I think it will be, this will probably become a regular thing. You can find more information at the meetup page:


Look forward to seeing you there!

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