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Ultimaker Meetup @ NYC area on Thursday, Dec 3rd @ Fat Cat Fab Lab!

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DATE: Thursday, December 3rd, 2015

LOCATION: fat cat fab lab, 224 West 4th street, Second Floor, New York, NY

TIME: 6:30pm - 09:30pm

 

Come celebrate December 3rd / global 3D Print day with us at Fat Cat Fab Lab and explore the power of digital manufacturing together! Join 3D Hubs and Ultimaker for an evening of fun, sharing, and 3D printing. Makers from all over NYC are invited to participate. Refreshments will be provided.

We are looking to make Thursday night meetups at the Fat Cat Fab Lab a regular thing, so make sure to show up if you have suggestions for talks and topics that would interest you in 2016!

And also check out our OLSSON BLOCK CLINIC!

If you have an Ultimaker 2 and have been wanting to install and tune your Olsson Block, we are setting up a table as an Olsson Block Clinic -- so you can get help getting this setup, with a backup set of hotends and temp sensors in the unlikely chance that you'll tweak your sensors swapping to the Olsson Block.

Pssst.....we will have a set of two Olsson Block sets available for the first two UM2 family machines to arrive to the space. Make sure to ask for me (Matt) when you arrive if you want to grab one of them!

Sign up for the event here:

(Or at 3DHubs, that works as well - https://www.3dhubs.com/new-york/events/3dprintingday-new-york-0 )

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