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PhilippH84

Ultimaker 3 extended in Berlin??

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Hello everybody!

I am new here, using 3D-Printers since years, mostly at work.

 

I am mechanical engingeer and we have a Makerbot Replicator 2X at work.

 

I try to convience my boss a while ago to get a Ultimaker 3 xtended.

 

Now we would like to print a model which is 280 mm high and should be in really nice quality.

 

 

So is there someone arround Berlin who owns a U3 Xtended and is willing to offer a PrintService for this Part?

Off course we pay for that.

 

Greets

Phil

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If no one answers you here - try 3dhubs.com.  For most cities (it's changing so not sure about Berlin) you can pick your own city and say "within 25km" and "must be Ultimaker 3" and see all the local print services and then when it's done usually you can go over and meet the owner and ask them questiosn about their printer and if they like it and so on.

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