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On the 25th or the 26th of June 2016 a Masterclass XXL printing will be held by Joris van Tubergen at FabCity in Amsterdam. FabCity is a very inspiring temporary location with lots of interesting participants, like the 3d metal printer by MX3D and a 'concrete' printer by BAM/Landscape House.

Joris van Tubergen is known for his Z-Unlimited add-on for the Ultimaker and his real size 3d print of an elephant last year.

The fee for the 3D masterclass is € 25 for a whole day, with the possibility to buy a role of rPET filament for €20 (value € 36) by Refil. Please feel free to bring your own printer and let us know in your email if you want to be picked up by car (an electrical BMW sponsored by FabCity) at Central station Amsterdam. On sunday you can park for free in the surroundings.

At Fabcity it is possible to get some lunch at own expense. You can also order in advance via email through us for only € 5. The lunch is catered by Gascoland (they cook their meals on bio gas from left-over bread)

The masterclass will be given in both Duch and English.

more information on the website

25th or 26 June 2016 from 10.00-17.00 hours

FabCity, Kop van Java Eiland, Amsterdam

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