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Studio Scale Imperial Star Destroyer

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Greetings,

Just a quick update that following our third maintenance downtime for heater replacements following over 4,300 hours of printing over 2 miles of filament we have begun printing the final major sections needed to complete the model.

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She is really starting to come together now and we are really looking forward to getting her all lit up.

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Hello Erin,

Our Superstar from fbrc8 thanks for your support.

Everyone I just have to say we couldn't have gotten this far without Erin and her fantastic team at fbrc8. Ultimaker really hit a home run in choosing fbrc8 to be their US partner for service.

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Hello Erin,

Our Superstar from fbrc8 thanks for your support.

Everyone I just have to say we couldn't have gotten this far without Erin and her fantastic team at fbrc8. Ultimaker really hit a home in choosing fbrc8 to be their US partner for service.

 

Thanks, Baseline, we really try our best to make a smooth process for everybody. I love getting to see the incredible things you and others in the community are creating.

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