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September 10, 2015 AT 1:00 am

Why Did I Choose an Ultimaker 2 #3DPrinter #3DThursday #3DPrinting

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Sergey Kolesnik shares:

During the year I found out that in practice that to produce extremely precise prints (of 20 microns). I would like to point the reliable system of table calibration – it doesn’t require additional frequent calibration and rather quiet work when printing at various speeds. One can compare this printer to a good musical instrument. But if you lack ear for music and the desire to study, you will never be able to unfold and see its full potential.

read the full story on: http://3dprintingfromscratch.com/2015/09/why-did-i-choose-ultimaker-2-3d-printer/


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