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Ultimaker ² - 20.09.13/ 20:00CET - iGo3D Livestream

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Ultimaker ² 3D-Drucker Livestream und das erste "hands on" (in Deutscher Sprache)! Diesen Freitag um 20:00 PM (CET, Berlin), stellt iGo3D.com Euch den neuen Ultimaker 2 vor! Das exklusive Event wird direkt mit dem "Ustream" zu Euch nach Hause gestreamt. Es erwartet Euch ein Preview und das erste Unboxing des Ultimaker 2! iGo3D ist Euer offizielle, deutsche Ultimaker Partner für Kauf, Support und Beratung.

Registriert Euch noch heute für unseren Freitag-Abend-Hangout aus dem ersten 3D-Drucker Fachgeschäft Deutschlands!: Sendet hierfür uns eine E-Mail an: info.com. Wir senden dann die Live-URL für das direkte Streaming kurz vor (~19:30-19:40) der Sendung am 20.Sep.2013, (20:00 CET)!

www.igo3d.com

"Die 3D Druck Revolution beginnt hier!"

 

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