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FabCon 3.D - Ab Dienstag geht's rund :)

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Hallo allerseits :)

Ganz kurz nochmal zur Erinnerung: Dienstag und Mittwoch (14/15. Mai) findet in Erfurt die "FabCon 3.D" statt.

Neben Ultimaking sind auch viele andere Branchengroessen vor Ort. Aber es gibt auch ein interessantes Vortragsprogramm mit vielen Leuten die euch aus der Ultimaker Community bekannt vorkommen sollten:

Bernhard Kubicek

Ian Spring

Joris van Tubergen

Harma Woldhuis

Alexander Oster

Mark Moissette

The guys & girls from PPP

Kai Parthy (the creator of Laywood filament)

Komplettes Programm hier: http://www.fabcon-germany.com/vortragsprogramm.html

Wichtig: Jeder der will kann seinen Ultimaker mitbringen und bei Harma am Stand anderen Besuchern vorfuehren. Harma wird auch mit Gratisfilament versorgen :) Auch mein eigener Ultimaker ist vor Ort und kann von euch gerne (sorgsam) betrieben werden.

Ich wuerde mich sehr freuen den ein oder andern von euch in Erfurt zu treffen!

Alle Infos findet ihr hier: http://www.fabcon-germany.com

Beste Gruesse

Florian

 

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