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The Adventures of Ultimaker Tinky Toky

My girlfriend and I had a creative evening together :-) and we printed this owl , we like to call it TINKY TOKY... and well. tinky toky did a little bit of sight seeing around our apartment.... ;.-)

Ian :-)

 

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    Posted · The Adventures of Ultimaker Tinky Toky

    first tinky toky was a little hungry after being printed, so it flew up to our fridge, pulled the door open with its strong PLA beak and made itself at home... :smile:

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    Posted · The Adventures of Ultimaker Tinky Toky

    after some 3 month old goats cheese and jam, tinky toky got a little thirsty.....

    it couldnt find a cow, but it did find the next best thing....

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    Posted · The Adventures of Ultimaker Tinky Toky

    after the fridge was empthy, tinky toky of course did the natural next thing... visited long lost family members....

    after hours of searching the yellow pages, tinky toky found his german cousin..... RALF

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    tinky toky was a little perplezed with the stone cold reception from his german cousin, so he sought help....

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    Posted · The Adventures of Ultimaker Tinky Toky

    the adventures of ULTIMAKER TINKY TOKY to be continued.....

    Ian ;-)

     

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    Posted · The Adventures of Ultimaker Tinky Toky

    What kind of pot you got up there in Leipzig? :D

    Fun aside: Sometimes it's crazy how attached you get to a great print.

    Take care Ian!

    Flo

     

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    Posted · The Adventures of Ultimaker Tinky Toky

    as someone once said.... all you need is love......ly 3d printers.... ;-)

    i dont really have a problem with getting attached to my prints... because I know if they are really nice. Orthia just puts her fingers on them, says... ohhh thats very nice (smiling face) and then wammmmm, its gone......

    I think i years to come Orthia will have a really nice collection of printed objects and help tools...

    Ian ;-)

     

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    Posted · The Adventures of Ultimaker Tinky Toky

    because of demanding request, the stories and adventures of TINKY TOKY continue.... :-)

    enjoy.

    Ian :-)

     

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    Posted · The Adventures of Ultimaker Tinky Toky

    Tinky Toky was not very content with just meeting his german cousin RALF, so he decided he needed to fly and see the world.... after pushing through half a dozen drunk irish football fans falling from the pubs of berlin into Schonefeld airport, Tinky Toky was on his way to find his irish connections....

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    happy TINKY TOKY knew he would be happy where ever he landed but still inside his little PLA heart.... there was some thing missing....

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    TINKY TOKY was a little nervous and was pulled over my airport security for a few questions... its not every day dublin airport gets an ultimaker PLA TINKY TOKY !

    it was a strange feeling, a massive light up irish flag as wall decoration and at the same time overfed irish police men putting rubber latex gloves onto their hands... I wonder whats going to happen next ?

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    5 hours later and walking a little strange, tinky toky found the nearest irish pub........

    instantly tinky toky was the centre of attention and before he could say... I AM A TINKY TOKY ! he found his first irish friend SEAMUS and his first irish pint of Guinness.... Tinky Toky was starting to think... maybe iv found home.....

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    the adventures of TINKY TOKY to continue....

     

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