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Thursday 27th | Introductions

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It looks like for the next few days I have lost visual to whom our newest community members are, so writing an introduction will be difficult. However, I would like to invite anyone to introduce themselves here to the rest of the community, and lets us know who you are, what 3D printer you have and what you hope to learn in our community!

It is good to hear from our new members, and find out how we can best help each other!

For our new members, and everyone who missed it, we had a great and first Ultimaker AMA yesterday on our forums! Check it out in case you haven't. If you have an idea of a topic or expert we should invite next time, please let me know!

When I have access again to this data, I will write a new introduction post for all new members, so be ready :)

Have a great day!

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