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Vinyl Cut "S5" Stickers

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One thing I noticed when I got the S5 printer in is the missing "S5" behind the build plate. It's even missing in Cura. Almost like they meant to leave it out 😋

 

So I decided to cut out my own! Here are some pictures of the result. It's obviously not color-matched as I think the "Ultimaker" wording is screen printed. I just used shiny silver vinyl. If I get comments irl about it I'll probably change it, but I'm going to be the only one who notices that it's even there right now.

 

Thanks for checking it out! 🤠

 

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S5 Logo.zip

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