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Besides the new hardware, we have also been working on some new features to the forum and website. As you can see the product pages have been improved, which.. if I say so myself.. a pretty impressive spec-page! We even have a comparison page now.

On our community forum you can also embed a 3D print you have uploaded on the 3D print section. You can also share these 3D print cards on external platforms that allows iframes. Just copy the embedded code and paste it.

It will look something like this:

We also added tooltips to the editor icons, that way everything should be clear!

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Accompanied with the new Ultimaker 2+ and Ultimaker 2 Extended+ we also quite some new stories and videos.

Better grab some popcorn! ;)

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- Dr Hong Odocs eye care

 

- Electric skateboards

 

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A lot of things have changed, have a look around and let us know what you think :)

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