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francoisl

Grand débutant Ultimaker 2

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Bonjour,

bon comme beaucoup je suis au bord d'acheter une Ultimaker 2.

Je dirais que la seule chose qui me fasse encore hésiter est l'aspect grand débutant. je souhaiterais avoir votre avis la dessus. Est-ce que cette imprimante (si bien sur on prend le temps de lire la notice etc.) peut être réellement utilisé par de grands débutants ?

Cela fait plusieurs mois que je suis avec intérêt ce nouvel univers. J'ai maintenant bien envie de franchir la pas et j'hésite entre celle-ci et la makerbot. Si je me réfère au hors série du magazine Make il mettent en avant la makerbot dont selon eux la Ultimaker 2 est le challenger.

Malgré pour bien des aspects (dont l'open source) je choisirais bien l'Ulti mais je souhaite que mon choix reste malgré tout le meilleur.

Merci de m'éclaircir les idées :)

 

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