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Hello

I was trying to send an email to an Ultimaker official but I couldnt find any email contact option. So I might be posting in the wrong section

We are a company located in Budapest Hungary and we are looking to purchase 2-3 3d printers for our business mainly for office use prototyping. Based on our research Ultimkaer sounds like a good option and it also had great reviews. We wold like to test the print quality of the machine. We are looking at other machines as well so in order to compare quality we chose an object that we would like to print. I can send the file but I don't know where at this point. We would pay for printing and postage. Could somebody let me know if this is possible or not. If not can anybody suggest a company that uses Ultimkaer and would be willing to print and post the item

 

thank you for your help and looking forward to your answer

 

Zoltan

 

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