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Shine some Christmas light in your house!

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Tonight is Christmas Eve, and most people will gather around the Christmas Tree and sing Christmas carols.

During the next couple of days drinks will be served, tasty food will be eaten and most Ultimaker-users will be thinking..

‘… I want to print something!’


..You can!

And you don’t even have to come up with excuses, it is all in good spirit to improve your Christmas Tree decorations! If you follow this link you can find a file that will make your Christmas Tree shine even brighter.


It is a hollow Ultibot and it has a 10mm hole in the bottom, so you can shove it over your Christmas Tree lights.

And it will definitely improve the Christmas Spirit, no matter what look you get from the Mrs!

It is best to use translucent filament. Further instructions can be found in the description on YouMagine


From Team Ultimaker we want to wish Everybody a Merry Christmas and an Inspiring, Loving, Creative 2014!


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