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Ultimaker is developing a 3D print Learning environment. In the next months we will develop e-learnings on the basics of 3D printing. 
We are recruiting interviewees with little or no 3D printing experience to discuss your (learning) needs.
Is your new year's resolution to learn 3D printing and do you have 30 minutes available on Thursday the 10th or Friday the 11th of January? 


Please sign up here


Do you have any questions? Please feel free to post them below! 


All the best, 
SandervanG & Sanna (projectmanager e-learning @ Ultimaker)

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At first we will focus on who want to start or just start using 3D printers. So the content will be focused on the basics. We will most certainly explain all the crazy terms;))

Do you know anyone who wants to start or just started with 3D printing? If yes: it would be great if you could connect them with us! 



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Seems I will fit in here very nicely.  Currently I am waiting on the delivery of my 3D Printer so I have been looking around at different sites  for basic information.  My printer is not made by Ultimaker however,  I hope for the most part information is still going to be helpful. I am using FREECAD, CURA 3.6.0.  I do have a background in geometric design so I have designed my first project, hopefully it will actually print out like it should.  Cross your fingers. 


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