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Sipping my first cup of morning coffee at office and setting first print in Cura. I've moved to Copenhagen 2 weeks ago and my social life is basically not existing. But hey... i have Ultimaker to play with :D

I I'm about to print pikachu and go pokemon hunt around lunch i think.

Nice to meet you.

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Hi @Aikokami,

Welcome to the community! :)

Sounds like a great time to start sipping your coffee.

Ive seen some posts on facebook and twitter of people printing pokemon and hide them on popular spots where people go and find pokemon. Thought that was pretty cool :p

Enjoy your morning coffee, and your pikachu! (I hope it will be yellow!)

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Ha cool idea! I don't like Pokemon at all but I'll print some anyway to hide them outside :)

 

I'm with you . I would really like an app on my phone that makes a dead zone for pokemon. almost been hit twice from people playing while driving. I do a lot of commuting with my bike.

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