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Hello from Darmstadt, Germany

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Hello everyone!

After some issues at the beginning (broken wires, loose connecotors) I just got my Ultimaker 2 to work this week.

Since it´s my first 3d printer i consider myself as an absolute beginner in this topic.

Nevertheless i´m quite impressed what you can do just by pressing the "Print" button.

So I just want to say Hello to the community!

 

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Guten Tag lean!

Yes, even though I have my machine for about a month ago, it is still a true wonder.

That despite the fact that it gives me some real headaches from time to time.

Hope, you will have more luck and will enjoy the beautiful creations it can make.

Hertzlichen willkommen!

 

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welcome to the forum.

Im sure your going to have fantastic fun with your new ultimaker2.

Its a beautiful maschine and as i always say. the only limit to it.. is your imagination ! :-)

Have great fun !!

Ian :-)

 

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