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It is not rare that I see an Ultimaker community member being in the spotlight in some kind of website or blog.

I figured it would be cool to paste those interviews here too, so everyone can read what a creativity goes on in this vibrant community :)

Here is the first one I saw now:

JonnyBischof, printing small electronic boards.

With a nice ending: 'Projects like these are exactly what our open-source community needs to rely on.'

Good job Jonny! :)

 

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Well let me share ...

https://bangordailynews.com/2015/12/15/living/orrington-star-wars-fan-replica-r2d2-have-a-local-mission/

The reporter contacted me Sunday, wanting to do a story on R2-D2 and also wanted to see a lot of the construction process on my second R2-D2.  We spent some time on the Ultimaker, but as they say, that wound up on the editor's floor

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