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While im awaiting for my UM2 to be produced and shipped to me im wondering is it possible to find somewhere high resolution pictures of Ultimaker 2 from all sides?

I would like to enjoy pictures and study the details until i get mine. Also im wondering from what material is made front and back side? I could not find that one.


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Hey Ian thanks for the link! I love seeing new pictures of the UM2 I haven't seen yet. I was absorbing all the images when I noticed this in the press kit images:


It looks like someone tried to run the extruder with too much force or without a heated head.


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Thank you, now i have something to look while waiting.

A fun fact: My 3 year old daughter has seen a Velleman K8200 and i printed her a bunny (terible quality) and she knows i ordered a new 3D printer as i promised to print some toys. When she has seen pictures of UM2 she fell in love immediately and keeps talking about it every day before sleep :)


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