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tmrevlje

Hello from Rostock, Germany

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Hi and hello :)

I was given a chance to research and learn the theoritcs behind the 3D printing process and after months of quietly reading up (also on this forum), I decided to suggest Ultimaker 2 to our project manager.

I am currently on a 1 month project at UMC Rostock (Cardiology Department), where I am testing, printing, figuring out (with great support from users on this forum), how to print all sorts of things, mostly related to the world of medicine of course, specifically Cardiology :)

My background is graphic design, through which I also always was and am interested in anything 3D related, from modeling, to animation, to finally printing. Using Cinema 4D and RealFlow mostly, trying to learn SolidWorks now and of course lately discovering a whole new world of slicer software etc.

Sadly I do not yet own a 3D printer of my own, but since I fell in love with the whole process, the smell, the sounds, the community, I will definitely save up and buy me a UM2 and some wicked fillaments in the near future.

Love the community here and the quick responses I get with whatever noob question I ask, so THANK YOU again.

All too soon this project will end and it will be like parting with an new cool friend :D I will get back to it soon though.

Well enough of me rambling, let's get crackin'

Thanks and see you all around o>

 

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