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Ultimaker 2 extended won't accept tickets ;)

 

HAha, that's a funny answer, not because you made fun of his not so good English,

but you being part of "Team ultimaker" showing how much you care about potential customers :LOL

 

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I have no idea what he meant with that post. Did he mean when it will start shipping? When sales will start answering questions about it? Or maybe he did want an machine that accept tickes. Who knows.

I won't blame anyone for a poor grasp of a non native language, but sometimes its just unreadable (and I've got a weird sense of humor i guess...).

 

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I have no idea what he meant with that post. Did he mean when it will start shipping? When sales will start answering questions about it? Or maybe he did want an machine that accept tickes. Who knows.

I won't blame anyone for a poor grasp of a non native language, but sometimes its just unreadable (and I've got a weird sense of humor i guess...).

 

you see how easy it is, you could have answered with:

"I don't exactly what you mean, but at...(date) you can order, and the UM Extended will ship around... (date)"

Now how hard was that ?

I come across, on several forums, postings that don't make a lot of sense, but that is because some people in the world cannot write in English, and try to use a translate program to post questions,

with these "humoristic" answers a lot of people just don't feel welcome and leave !

 

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