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Now that I'm designing my parts with a 3D printer in mind and having completed some dozen or so designs. Watching the head outline the part and place circles for the holes to be, before filling in around them and building the part up, the precision of it all still amazes me!

There's something about the magic of seeing a part I've designed take form in front of me. I'm hugely happy with my UM2. Just wanted you to know. Ultimaker, you guys rock! :cool:


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I could not say it better. There is a small factory for perhaps very great things, maybe on the desk or on the floor, but certainly close to our thoughts. :D


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