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Ei Guude,

Mein UM sollte heute verschickt werden, wenn die Zeitangaben stimmen. In diesem Sinne: Hallo zusammen ;)

Hab gestern mit diversen Usern gesprochen und anscheinend gibts in Frankfurt mehr als einen UM.

Wer Lust hat kann sich ja mal melden, zwecks 3D-Druck Stammtisch in FFM.

Gruß, Noc

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Bin zumindest aus der Gegend (Obertshausen). Freut mich, dass die Zahl der Ultimaker im Rhein-Main-Gebiet wächst :)

Ich hab meinen auch erst seit knapp zwei Wochen, aber bin schon "süchtig" ;)

Viele Grüße,


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bin aus dem Raum Odenwald,

wollte mir eventuell auch einen Ultimaker zulegen.

Meine Teile habe ich bisher auf einer China Fräse gefertigt.

Um die Genauigkeit der Maschine und Machbarkeit der Teile zu prüfen suche ich einen User

der mir einige Teile anfertigen kann.

Natürlich gegen eine entsprechende Aufwandsentschädigung

Gruß Charlie

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