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Hello from Arizona!

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Hey everyone! I made an account on here a few weeks ago and haven't been active at all. So here's a quick intro to me.

I'm from Arizona, and am currently looking into 3D Printing. I am hoping to get a printer this Christmas, if not sooner, and start creating all kinds of different items. I am just starting to use ZBrush to create 3D models and am loving it. Hopefully I won't make too many things to overload the printer when I get it. :)

So that is just a little bit about me. I will be more active here in the forum and on the chatroom. I hope to get to know you all well, and be able to learn many new things. If you have any questions just shoot me a PM and I will get back to you as soon as I can. :) Keep at it! So stoked to get into this!

 

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Hi Memory.

Welcome to the group. I have just purchased my first UM2 and am enjoying learning how to get some good prints out of it. I did a lot of looking around before getting it and recon I have made the right choice. This technology is far from at the plug and play stage. I think this makes it more challenging and fun though. The people on this site really know there stuff and are just great at answering the most basic questions really quickly. It has been an invaluable resource and made the whole learning process so much better.

Don't wait 'till Christmas, get an early gift now!

 

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Hi Memory.

Welcome to the group. I have just purchased my first UM2 and am enjoying learning how to get some good prints out of it. I did a lot of looking around before getting it and recon I have made the right choice. This technology is far from at the plug and play stage. I think this makes it more challenging and fun though. The people on this site really know there stuff and are just great at answering the most basic questions really quickly. It has been an invaluable resource and made the whole learning process so much better.

Don't wait 'till Christmas, get an early gift now!

 

Trust me. If I had the money right now to purchase one, I would. all the research and reading that I am doing about Ultimaker and 3D printing in general just makes me want to start ASAP! :)

 

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