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Ultimaker 2's on national TV in the USA

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I do not understand it anyway. :???: What message should be sent? :roll:

Nice to see that the two UM2's have remained seemingly unscathed by this terrible song. :wub:

The one quadrocopter has all stole the show. Where can I buy such a neon thing? I probably should, in addition, also order a powerful battery, so as not already in the first minute flight, the show is over. :mrgreen:



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I guess the Ultimakers were meant to get style points in the avant-garde area. The entire set looked dope and lazy but not in a good way :/

Pitty that the UM's didn't print something. Would have been very cool if they've just finished printing bubbles (or something else fitting) just as the song was over and MIA could have grabbed it of the heated bed.


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