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Hello there,

my name is Carsten and I use a an Ultimaker 2+ extended now for about one and a half years in Darmstadt, Germany. 

As I work for a pet-cremation company I print Urns in different sizes from 0.1 liter to 2 liter volumes.

The material is extrudr Green-Tec Filament so the urns can be burried in the ground and then vanish. Urn and lids:112966989_Urnandlids.thumb.jpg.3d963302db5776979939df7743be5f34.jpg

See you!

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