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Any photos from the ultimaker events in NL last week ?

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I haven't got photos yet, but there where photos made. It was not a real "ultimaker event", more an Ultimaker sponsored workshop. Where we looked into combining 3D printing with textiles. It was really interesting, because there where people with all kinds of backgrounds there (I was the only Engineer I think). And when you have artists, they really have a different view on the machine and it's possibilities. Which is great, and really inspiring.

It was also great to see how fast people where learning to use the machine. It was a 1.5 day workshop, and that's really short. But quite a few people where using the Ultimaker without help already in that short time. Also, Joris is great is showing that you do not have to fear the machine, or have fear of breaking it.

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Found some:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/36386430@N ... otostream/

Doesn't contain all photos, but this is an interesting one for example:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/36386430@N ... otostream/

It's trapeziums printed on top of fabric. This gives the rigid plastic, while having flexible parts in between. You can do origami this way.

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