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A meeting of German ultimaker users ? Sharing is Caring :-)

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A meeting of German ultimaker users ? Sharing is Caring :-).

I know im not german but i do live in Leipzig Germany and am a passionate ultimaker newby :-)

I was wondering would it not be cool to organise a weekend meeting of german ultimaker users. some where well located in germany for easy transport... leipzig for example ;) . Only joking but us this a good idea.

Hobby guys and Pros sharing their experiences and networking together. its normally a good mix.

Would be a great event.

Florian, what do you think ?

Ian :D

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Hi Ian and snowygrouch,

I agree with your comments.

I would be happy to meet some where in Germany how can help me with the one or other problems on my Ultimaker.

I got nice smaltalk with peoples who bulid RapRaps and with Reseller from Germany for the Makerbot Replicator 2 yesterday in Stuttgart on Hobby Elektonik, but the Rap Raps are more experimentel and the Makerbot its to Bussines like, so they cant give me Informations for the Ultimaker.

It was intresting to see, that one starts to bulid an RepRap to make firgures in choclat, and to see how good is the printings of the Makerbots.

But no Ultimaker User was there to find :( perhaps it will be one next year??

I would start to contact AUGE.de they are the guys who build the RapRaps, perhaps, they have some ideas for my problems.

Greetings

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