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Come help setting the world record simultaneous 3D printing!!

25th of May ProtoSpace will celebrate its 5 year anniversary! We will print the inmoov robot of Gaël Langevin in one day.

Grounded, will try to set the world record of simultaneous 3D printing with at least 50 3D printers printing at the same time.

For that we need your help! At protospace we have about 6 ultimakers and we need a lot more to get to the desired 50. So if you are near, please bring your printer and attend the event at 25th of May. And you are very much welcome to help building the inmoov.

 

The whole program (in dutch) can be found on www.protospace2013.nl

 

Hope to see you next Saturday!!

 

Best regards,

 

Harma Woldhuis

labmanager ProtoSpace

 

 

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The pictures I took are total crap. Iphone4 in a yellow-green and orange tent is no success. But there where 2 professional cams in the building, I hope the owners will publish them soon;-)

I've a small video from the arm moving on a Arduino Uno board. That piece off equipment will be mine also in the next future, just for fun. I'll try to publish it.

And we did manage to set the record with 55 Ultimakers (and one foreigner I think...) assembly will be the goal in the near future I guess.

 

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