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Build your own Ultimaker 3D Printer at ZB45 Makerspace

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20-21-22 Februari we are going to build Ultimakers! In one weekend you can build an Ultimaker 3D Printer yourself. By building it yourself you will get to know everything about it.

Location and hours:

Makerspace ZB45, Zeeburgerpad 45 Amsterdam

Friday 20-2 from 17:00 till 21:00

Saturday 21-2 from 10:00 till 16:00

Sunday 22-2 from 10:00 till 16:00

We build the Ultimaker Original (because they do not deliver the Ultimaker2 as a building kit), including a display-board/ulti-controler.

Costs workshop € 1500,- incl VAT (Including printer and lunch)

ZB45 build its own 7 Ultimaker 3D Printers, which we use intensively. For example for workshops for adults or childeren, at our own workspace or at schools. So we gathered a lot of experience with 3D printing and maintaining these printers. When you finished building your printer, we teach you how to adjust and maintain your machine.

Sign in through the website https://zb45.nl/bouwen3dprinter. Sign in before Friday, February 6th.

 

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