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L'UM2 devient Open Source !

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Bonsoir à tous !

ça y est, L'UM2 s'est ouverte à l'OPENSOURCE !

Ci dessous le message de l'équipe Ultimaker (Traduit et corrigé):

"En ce 28 mars, Ultimaker a sorti les fichiers sources de l'UM2, comme promis 6 mois plus tôt lors de sa présentation.

Depuis le premier jour, nous avons été reconnus pour notre culture open source et nous estimons que l'OPENSOURCE porte l'impression 3D à un niveau toujours plus haut. Et nous ne souhaitons pour rien au monde perdre cette culture. Au contraire, nous apprenons l'un de l'autre, nous nous inspirons et utilisons la connaissance de chacun pour créer d'encore meilleurs produits et développer des innovations impressionnantes dans le monde entier.

Nous sommes enthousiasmés pour voir à quoi des idées, des innovations, des améliorations et des produits ceci mènera. Nous continuerons à partager notre connaissance etc....

Martijn Elserman

"

Voici le lien de la page Youmagine avec tout ce que vous aurez besoin ;)

https://www.youmagine.com/designs/ultimaker-2-source-files#!design-embed

 

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