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We made a little show about 3D Printing & our Ultimaker

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Ok, its not exactly a video of a model...but I just finished editing and uploading a little show about 3d Printing in general featuring our Ultimaker;


(Episode 9; 3D Printing at the top)


Its a bit silly, and already outdated (I should have mentioned the Ultimaker add-on for dual extrusion), but I thought some people here might enjoy it.


I'll upload the models I made for the episode soon. Not sure where the best place these days is though. Thingyverse is falling out of fashion a bit ;)


Our Ultimaker started playing up just after we got the last shots filmed, so we were a bit lucky - we will also post a gallery of our stuff when we are running again :)


Anyway, thanks for listening, and I hope those that try our show enjoy it!




ps. Hope this doesnt seem spammy....seemed like the most fitting forum to put it in.


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Thanks. :) I quite agree. Awareness of 3d printing is now pretty mainstream.....but there's still a lot of miss-conceptions out there.

Anyway...here's a gallery of what we have made so far;


Once we polished the models, we will post them online.


This is probably our best yet:



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