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Hello from Berlin, Germany

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Hello makers,

I'm waiting for my UM2 to have as much fun as you have in the world of 3d printing.

My background is 3d graphics (since 1994) and some mechanical engineering.

I have done some 3d prints at i.materialize and shapeways, and want to jump into desktop 3D printing.

I'm following this forum for some weeks and it seems to be a nice place.

Happy printing



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Guten Tag Conz.

Eine hertzliche welkommen in die Ultimaker Forum.

Ich denke das werd richtig super wann du hast deines ultimaker bekommen ! :-)

Wie gesakt, wann du hast eine grosse oder kleine fragen.. stell das immer her und wir hilfen dir gerne :-)

Auch, nur als kleine tip. es gibt ein sehr schone Deutsch teil von diese forum.. so du kannst deines fragen stellen in Deutsch kein problem aber... mein tip ! .. es gibt immer noch viel mehr benutzers benutzen Englisch und manchmal es gibt ganz einfanch mehr.. feedback wann du screibs in Englisch... aber muss nich !

So viele viele spass und schone grusse aus Leipzig.

Ian :-)


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Received my Ultimaker2 today! o/

First test print looks good.

I was a little bit worried, bec. FedEx handled the package very rude. :(


Printed the test object (there is no robot on the SD Card :( ) and it looks good ... better than the sample :) . It seems there is no damage on the printer.


And some still life of the UM2 on my desk. :)



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fanastic to hear you got your printer and its all working.

Its an absolute disgrace how DHL handled this package.. OH MY GOD ! :-(

Have a lots of fun with your new dream maschine !

Ian :-)


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