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ULTIMAKER 2GO USED AT TIMBERBANK PS ON TVO KIDS

October 10, 2016

We’re always glad to see what our customers are doing with their Ultimakers and this is a great example.  The students at Timberbank Public School in Toronto along with their teacher Ray Mirshahi, have been putting their Ultimaker 2Go to great use.  The students have been able to try out simple modelling with Google Sketchup to make their own vases or a puzzle and then printing it out on their Ultimaker 2Go.

Here some of their students show TVO kids what they’re learning and how they’re doing it.  3D Printing is just another useful tool for these students now.  Happy they are putting their Ultimaker 2Go to good use!



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