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The first Ultimaker made by children

ABC3D is a 2012 educational film directed and produced by Raapwerk. The film was released on May 30, 2012. Its stars: Alant childeren, a class for gifted education at the Chr. Jenaplan Morgenster Elementary School in Geldermalsen (The Netherlands), Tjepko de Boer, director of the school, Manuela van den Bos, teacher of gifted children, Inge Roos, science and technology teacher, Erik de Bruijn, co-founder Ultimaker.

The film is commissioned by the Chr. Jenaplan Morgenster Elementary School and by the Science and Technology Center Gelderland (KWTG).

http://blog.ultimaker.com/2012/06/04/fi ... -children/

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