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OOPPSS Ultimakers light shines brighter than my local church ;-) LOL

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OOPPSS Ultimakers light shines brighter than my local church ;-) LOL

OK last night was day number 2 with my new ultimaker 2. i played around with settings. changes filament... setup a print and started my wonder printer on its way.. :-)

OH I should mention, my apartment in east Germany is a old converted DDR fire station. In the early 90s.. the station was privately bought and restored.. during the restoration the training tower was converted from a flat top to a peaked roof like a church...

Problem was the peaked roof was actually higher than the peak top of the local village church.. And of course.. that was in Germany VERBOTEN !! ;-)

It was done anyway.. and looks quite lovely...

And of course where better than in the top of the tower to locate my new beacon of creation ;-)

so back to my story..

last night as I left my ultimaker 2 to print its next beautiful creation... i turned off all the lights in the tower.. of course didn't remember that now the ultimaker 2 is wonderfully illuminated... :-)

So now every night as i go to bed... my ultimaker is wizzing away with creating... and of course shooting beautiful white bright light out of the two top tower windows.. pointing of course directly 600 meters down away from the local church ;-)

I guess the church now has to buy an ultimaker as well ? ;-)

Ian :-)

 

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