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As usual Ultimaker is the dominating printer on events...

Here's a guy who want to show us the beauty in bacteria ....

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I also learned a new acronym today, Value Added Repair ... sounds good ...

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And I noticed the refill people had nicely pimped machines...

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Thanks for sharing.

Hopefully I have time to go there Friday after work or on the weekend.

The VAR concept is nice, it is not just about making new things, also about extending life expectancies.

Do you know where BBF was stationed?

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