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Ultimaker Session May 30th | Introducing the new Cura

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@SandervG is currently at Maker Faire Bay Area so I’m replacing him as the announcer of your favorite Ultimaker event :D

 

Ultimaker Sessions

Our next meetup, on May 30th in FabLab ProtoSpace in Utrecht, is going to be a special one! We’re going to kick off a new concept: from now on the Ulti-Evenings will be known as Ultimaker Sessions.

We’re doing this because many of you have asked for Ulti-Evenings hosted nearer to you. That's why we’re now expanding these meetups globally, joining forces with our partners everywhere! We didn’t want to limit them to hosting sessions in the evening, so we've renamed it to 'Ultimaker Sessions'.

You’ll also meet community members from 3DGBIRE and Makershop tonight, who will be running the first Ultimaker Session pilots in the UK and France! We’ll expand the program to other countries with more partners as we go along.

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The subject of tonight’s Ultimaker Session is the new Cura! Jeroen, our software specialist, will give you all a complete rundown of the new interface, new features and great possibilities that Cura now offers.

Date: 30 - 05 - 2016

Location: ProtoSpace Utrecht

 

Program

17.00 - 18.00 Arrival. You can also order food (10 euro pp, cash or card)

18.30 - 19.00 Kick-off Ultimaker Sessions

19.00 - 21.00 New Cura presentation

We'd appreciate it if you would RSVP using Meetup:

http://meetu.ps/2XmjqD

Hope to see you there!

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