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megasmiley

New printer up and running!

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Hello all,

Got my Ultimaker for Christmas and spent the next few days building it, taking my time. There were a few stumbling blocks such as one or two areas where the instructions could have been a little more clear, but i'm very happy with the outcome!

I've built a Thing-o-matic in the past, and was disappointed about how much calibration I had to do in order to get a decent-looking print. So, I was thrilled when the first print out of my Ultimaker came out beautifully!

Looking forward to future prints, and enjoying my new printer! Below is a picture of my first print, no cleanup done.

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