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Ultimaker Meet-Up in Lucerne, Switzerland

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On January 25th 2017 there will be an Ultimaker Meet-Up at FabLab in Lucerne (in the heart of Switzerland) for Swiss Ultimaker users. It will be hosted by the FabLab itself in cooperation with me and @iGo3D Switzerland.

We are preparing an attractive program which you can find here. On the same page you can find a registration for the event (as the number of participants has to be limited due to the available space).

What makes the program attractive? There will be printers from all three Ultimaker printer families there. There will be small workshops about Cura 2.3 (maybe 2.4 until then?), community mods etc. And last but not least, we will have a live feed to @SandervG ... :) (well, if that alone is not THE reason to join that meet-up...)

We would like to have not only people already here on the forum at this event but also those who are not yet connected to other users here. So if you have a friend with an Ultimaker who you try to convince to join this forum: this is your chance; tell him/her about that meet-up.

If you have a very cool modded Ultimaker yourself and would like to present it to other makers: it's now or never...! You're highly welcome to bring your own printer with you; just let us know in the registration.

Of course it is also a great opportunity for people who finally want to checkout Ultimaker printers...

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