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Keep your Ultimaker2 3D printer a little more quiet with Velcro Swimming Towels !

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Keep your Ultimaker2 3D printer a little more quiet with Velcro Swimming Towels !

Iv moved into a new and much smaller apartment. So now my living relationship with my ultimaker 2 is getting even closer LOL

So to try and tone down the volume of the printing.. so I can sleep I found a old unused small bathing towel with velcro belts... the thing rapes around an ultimaker 2 perfectly and keep down a lot of the noise...

now lets test what works better.... used or unused underpants... mmmmm ? LOL

Ian

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