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ennonymous

Hi from Munich, Germany

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Hi there,

finally, I can also officially say hello as a member of the Ultimaker community. I've received my UM1 kit about two weeks ago and managed to put two thirds of it together with help from my brother in a single evening (from about 8 p.m. to 3 a.m.) - it was just missing the electronics assembly and half of the feeder mechanism due to a missing piece.

This would also be the time to thank the UM support team, who was very, well, supportive and sent me the missing pieces (a knurled drive bolt, bearing, bolt and nut) promptly, and overall was a pleasure to work with. This (and the community) is exactly the reason why the UM is worth waiting for.

So, a happy hello from Munich, and looking forward to much more fun with the printer. :-)

Cheers

- Enno

 

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