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Ultimaker Session 25 July | Ultimaker filaments

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Ultimaker Sessions

De volgende meetup staat weer bijna voor de deur, op 25 Juli in Fablab Protospace in Utrect. Dit keer gaan we het hebben over nieuwe materialen, die toegevoegd gaan worden aan ons assortiment aan filamenten. Welke filamenten we gaan bespreken? Dat houden we nog even geheim tot tijdens de Ultimaker Session.

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Hopelijk kom je langs om te leren welke nieuwe materialen er aan komen, wanneer je voor welk materiaal moet kiezen en hoe je hier het best mee kan printen. Als je dan toch komt, neem dan gelijk jej Ultimaker mee want wij zullen wat samples meenemen zodat je de nieuwe materialen meteen kan proberen!

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Datum: 25 - 07 - 2016

Locatie: ProtoSpace Utrecht

 

Programma

17.00 - 18.00 Aankomst. Je kan ook eten bestellen als je wil, (10 euro pp, cash or card)

18.30 - 19.00 Presentatie

19.00 - 21.00 3D Printing time!

Als je denkt langs te komen, zouden we het op prijs stellen als je even kon RSVP'en via deze link:

http://meetu.ps/2XLDRy

Tot dan!

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