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Hey folks!

I just wanted to say hello to everybody and introduce myself

because it seems like the climate is very free and nice here...

So just a few words :D

I'm 25 years old, live in Bavaria (Germany) and I am a student of 'Engineering Science'. I always loved it to make and repair things by my own and so I just ordered my Ultimaker Original yesterday. Like everybody else - I can't await to print my first 3D-model :):D

That's it - Good night!

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Servus zurück, Hi and Welcome!!

I'm sure you will have a lot of fun with the UM1 :-)

The guys here in the forum are great and if you meed support or have things to discuss, there will be someone contribute...

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Guten Morgen!

Another Bavarian! Welcome to the forum. All the best with your new UM! I have been using two UMs for a year now and still think its the best printer around.

albert

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Welcome to the big family !! :-)

there is no going back !! ;-) LOL

In one week ill be in Kranzberg Bavaria with my Ultimaker2 :-) :-)... starting a new job there ! :-)

I think there are a lot of ultimaker owners in beautiful Bavaria !

Have fun on the forum.. its a brilliant atmosphere !

Ian :-)

 

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