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Posted · Clubs explained

Even though we usually like to be as open as possible, some projects are just not ready yet for the light of day. In those cases, we sometimes set up a closed testing group. The subject of such a testing group can range from hardware, software to materials. 

 

Usually, we invite involved members of our community to such a group so we know what level of expertise, knowledge and involvement we can expect. It allows us to make it a valuable element of a carefully shaped test cycle.

 

Clubs are only visible when you have received a specific invitation to join.

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Posted · Clubs explained

Is it not an idea to make clubs for resellers and distributors?

It would be great if we also could communicate through this forum....

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Posted · Clubs explained

What is the Clubs Explained?

Sorry I am new to the Ultimaker forum.

 

I have just bought an Ultimaker 3 and I am loving it.

I would like to try allots of different things though, including exotic filaments.

it is my understating that unfortunately there are not yet original Ultimaker 3 print-cores for abrasive materials.

is that right?

That is a shame. ?

Having to buy 3D Solex one instead?

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