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Ulti-evening 2nd June

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Date: 2nd of June

Tijd: 17.00 - 22.00

Locatie: ProtoSpace, Utrecht

 

Schedule:

17.00 - 18.00 Arrival, bring your Ultimaker / 3D-printer

18.00 - 18.30 Subscribe for dinner, €10 p.p

19.00 - 19.45 food!

20.00 - 21.00 Talks

21.00 - 22.00 The end, time for a drink and a chat

 

Speakers:

- Studio Laarman: Studio Laarman talks about a project they run that involves printing full sized chairs with Ultimaker. For a quick preview you can visit their website: http://bitsandparts.org

 

- Joris van Tubergen: Joris has been involved in 3D printing for many years and has created quite an innovative track-record throughout these years. Joris will showcase some of his latest ideas he likes to call: "how to [ab]use 3D printers""

 

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An event where one must bring their Ultimaker? What wonders the people of The Netherlands have :mrgreen:.

 

Not must, may.

Everyone is welcome, with or without Ultimaker. Hell, bring your Makerbot if you want.

 

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