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(Relatively) new printer in Hannover, Germany

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It is proper first to say "hello" when you're somewhere new. ;)

So I am new. Hi to everybody from Germany, Hannover. My name is Ben and I'm 27 years old. One year ago I finished my study as a B.A. product design.

 

After some weeks of testing and playing around with my new Ultimaker the printed results become more & more better.

 

Primary reason I bought the printer is to use it for rapid prototyping and manufacturing my own products - specially in ABS.

 

This is also why I planned some useful upgrades for the next weeks like yx direct drive and a heated bed.

 

Ok written enough. I'm glad to be part of this nice community. Happy printing!

 

 

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