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Security Certificate Expired ?

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I was about to place my order, but my browsers are freaking out due to an expired security certificate. Any idea what's up ?

... and does the 14 days lead time include weekends ? I'd like to order now and be putting my Ultimaker together by/about December 15th.

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The lead time is an indication, not a guarantee, remember that.

The UM SSL certificate is valid till end 2013, so no idea why you get a expired warning.

Yesterday it was the old one, which expired 26.11.2012, around 16 o'clock. :-)

Today there is the new one installed, valid 365 more days. All is well now.

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Got my order in yesterday after the certificate was renewed.

I'm really hoping that 14 day approximation (updated today) includes weekends ;)

If it gets here early enough, I'll have time to paint it. I plan to demo it at the first ASME meeting of the new year. :D

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