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rene

Hello from Haarlem, Netherlands

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hehe cool :-)

Thats always the problem.. so many ideas and which ones come first.

As probably everyone has told you already... if you need inspiration help or friends.. drop a line on the forum any time.

The forum makes the difference between someone with a new toy and someone buying into a future with a big happy family to support them !!

your going to have sooooooooooooooo much fun my friend !!

Ian :-)

 

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Made my first 'official' print yesterday (part of an iPadstand). Printed using the quick print profile Fast low quality print.

I was amazed of the quality.

Today I designed iPhone case, just for fun and I'm printing right now (normal quality print). It's a pleasure watching the printer working.

I will be using the printer for prototyping and everything else of which I think it's fun or handy.

But first, I'm just gonna play ;)

 

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