My Review of the Ultimaker 3

The dual extruding Ultimaker 3!
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My Review of the Ultimaker 3

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Having spent a month with this printer, I thought it was time to collect my thoughts and do a review!

https://youtu.be/pl9flKbUSvs

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Re: My Review of the Ultimaker 3

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note for Paul : You need a microphone
"Qui ne connaît pas l'histoire ne connaît rien"
Edward johnston, 1990

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I had two. Both suck

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Re: My Review of the Ultimaker 3

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Following up on this....I do miss the Ultimaker 3. The autolevel and PVA supports were really great. The size was a bit disappointing, since my BB-8 pieces were just a bit larger than the available print volume. (Wider...)

Knowing that Cura now has that Support Interface Layer, to use less PVA, would be great to try out.

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