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SandervG

UltiEvening 10th of March 2014

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Hi,

 

Coming Monday, 10th of March 2014, is our next Ulti-evening in Protospace in Utrecht.

The address is Nijverheidsweg 16B, 3534 AM Utrecht

We have a few exciting talks lined up!

 

 

- Willemienke de Klerk will talk about the 'Castle-project' at Protospace. They are reincarnating old and lost castles with digital fabrication.

 

- Tobias Strating is working on a large water purification system in which 3D printing has a big role.

 

The schedule on 10th of March at Protospace:

17.00 - 18.00: Arrival. Find a spot for your Ultimaker if you brought one.

18.00 - 18.30: until 18.30 you have the chance to sign up for dinner. It costs €10 p.p.

19.00 - 19.45: Food!

20.00 - 21.00: Presentations.

21.00 - 22.00: Some time to chat, laugh and inspire. And of course have a drink or 2.

 

And as always the talks will be filmed!

 

See you there!

 

- Ultimaker

 

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