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Super heavy weight community meet up

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Ever wanted to meet the heavy weight Ultimaker Guru's?

Ever wanted to see what sparkling persons go behind the avatar's?

Ever wanted to drink a beer with those who have helped many of us?

You can!

Ultimaker has invited Illuminarti, Gr5, IRobertI, Paul C. en Luis R. to the Ultimaker HQ and do a meet up with the R&D team and see some of the beauties that Holland has to offer.

This means on Sunday 26th we will be in Utrecht to do a high beer and this is an open invite for you in the area to drop by and have a beer with us and meet us.

Depending on the possibilities from the location I plan on starting at 3pm.

The location has yet to be decided, but it will be in Utrecht.

Looking forward seeing you there, and I would appreciate it if you could let me know below if you plan on dropping by.

See you there!

 

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@Jonny: This is why Sander wrote 'for you in the area'... :p

@Sander: I guess the really interesting meeting will be on Monday... ;)

I would really love to meet you guys all together but it's indeed a bit on short terms for the distance... anyway have fun!

@Robert: Putting garlic into your lunch is too late if you've already been bitten by a vampire... :shock:

 

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Tempting... so tempting. I don't beer, but the prospect of seeing some of you is indeed very tempting :)

Hey Sander, any info where this will be in Utrecht? Want to buy a train ticket and Utrecht seems to have a lot of train stations... I guess I won't do anything terribly wrong with "Utrecht Centraal"?

@Dim3nsioneer: What about monday? The day in question is this sunday right?

 

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@Nicolux i guess the guys don't fly from the us just for a beer (or they would have come to belgium :mrgreen: )

I guess that the rest of the week will be used to go through more work related stuff (r&d, building of the printers, innovation etc...)

Unfortunately for me (or not) an event occured that will probably make it impossible for me to be there Sunday :(

 

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Hi Nico, it would be great if you could join us, really!

It will be at http://www.cafe-olivier.be/content/locaties/utrecht (which is I heard a Belgium Cafe, Didier? :p)

The address: Achter Clarenburg 6a and it was pretty close to Utrecht Centraal

We arrive there around 4pm for a beer tasting.

You (and I mean everyone in this thread) are more then welcome to join in or just get a normal beer and come and meet us!

 

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