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Germanys Biggest Dedicated 3D Print Fair FABCON is kicking off in a little more than a month :-)

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Germanys Biggest Dedicated 3D Print Fair FABCON is kicking off in a little more than a month :-)

Hi guys !

Im really delighted to announce that I will be presenting once again at Germanys largest 3D Print Technology Fair in Erfurt Germany this year.

Between the 15th and 17th of May, some of the biggest and most clever players in the 3D print revolution will be there in force.. eager to show off their latest and greatest new developments :-)

This year my Presentation is titled.

3D Printing - Widening the Spectrum of Creativity and Making Ideas Printable.

Your Imagination is the only barrier to unlimited creativity.. after that all you need is to make it printable

I am going to be going into some really good detail about how to best handle Arch models for 3d print and also.. interesting for all ultimaker users.. my development of my latest filament feeder system... films of the beast in use and discussing better methods of filament transfer and handling within a 3d printer... Iv been busy the last months ;-)

Should be exciting...

So everyone is invited and I hope to meet lots of you amazing people there !!

Ian :-)

http://www.fabcon-germany.com/en/homepage.html

 

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Sounds cool. Worth a journey, I think. Which is the most interesting day? There aren´t that "many" speakers and one of them I have seen already two times... so I think one, max two days will be enough. This fair is part of the rapid tec, isn´t it?

Anybody an idea where to find a good but affordable hotel in Erfurt? Never been there before. According to the website Ultimaker will also be represented. Will you guys be there or is it just iGo3D?

Let´s see if I get a day or two off and we can drink a bear, Ian.

Regards,

Philip

 

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the fair just published the complete speakers list today.. so you can pick and choose which sounds tasty !

http://www.fabcon-germany.com/en/speaker-program.html

PS.. im guessing.. or hoping some of you chaps might like joining me for a beer Friday evening in Erfurt ??? :wink:

Ian :smile:

 

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Anybody an idea where to find a good but affordable hotel in Erfurt? Never been there before. According to the website Ultimaker will also be represented. Will you guys be there or is it just iGo3D?

Let´s see if I get a day or two off and we can drink a bear, Ian.

Regards,

Philip

 

Don't know about the hotel, but I do know Daid will be at the show.

For the rest it will be iGo3D.

We would like to come but it is at the same time as Maker Faire San Francisco..

I can 3D scan and print myself, but I am not sure how active my clone will be in Erfurt ;)

Until bio 3D printing will make a huge leap forward I can only be at one place at the time unfortunately..

 

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Sander, come on... i heard rumour that Ultimaker was going to sponser ALL of us forum users to a free hotel and free bar right ? :p

 

I will probably be in the UK a couple of times this year.

Are you planning on going to TCT / 3D Printshow?

.. I wonder who spread that rumor :p

 

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