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martinjan-gaasbeek

hello from utrecht.nl

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me and my dad have build an UMI in October'13 . It was his 70th year birthdaypresent.( My age is 44.)

We made a website with all of our 3d prints .

come and see . In a short time we will also ad some stl files to it.

http://www.duizend-dingen.nl

and its linked to this facebook page https://www.facebook.com/1000dingen

-martinjan gaasbeek

 

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Good morning and can i be the first to congradulate you and your dad on some... kick-ass 3d prints with your ultimaker !!!

Serious respect for your print quality !! and I love the selection of print color with background color !

Maybe you should add a few of your print photos here so the other guys can see them and also be WOWWED ;)

http://umforum.ultimaker.com/index.php?/topic/467-post-your-latest-print/page-64

Thanks for sharing with us !! have a lovely day in Utrecht !!.. i love the canals there ! and also the cool illiminated tunnel and passage through the city ! very cool :smile:

Ian :smile:

(Leipzig, Germany)

 

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