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hawthorn-man

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Been given a UM2 for Christmas and successfully printed out a few items. Really impressed but haven't got a clue about what I'm doing or even the terminology used. Have looked through youmagine and these forums but wondered if anyone had any other suggestions as to acquiring some basic knowledge.

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Nice Christmas present :O I'm jealous :D

I learned alot from following this forum, just spending 10 mins. in here every day, reading posts as they come in, instead of only using it to get answers for your questions/problems as they occur.

It will be confusing at first, but you'll get there

Also... Print like mad! Learning by doing...

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