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    3D Printshow London

    Is there anyone also going?
    I am planning to go on the 23rd Saturday.

    http://3dprintshow.com/london-2015/

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    I wi$h i could!

    Keep us posted Joao

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    I tried to take up their offer of tickets but no reply (I'm not paying £17 + fares to go on my own)

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    Ethan replied to me saying that I can call him on site and he will send someone outside with extra staff ticket.
    I don't have his number yet, I will chase him tomorrow.

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    Some photos from the 3D Print Show London 2015:

    Attachment 1040

    The busiest stand on the show:
    Attachment 1041

    200XL with X-Wing rail slider and V3 Extruder:
    Attachment 1042
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    The HUGE 500 (quite impressive really, the photo does not give the real perception of size):
    Attachment 1044
    The ceramic bed and rail sliders of the 500:
    Attachment 1045

    Dual extruder on the 350:
    Attachment 1046

    Me & Ethan:
    Attachment 1047

    It was great to meet Ethan in person!

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    Awesome!!

    Thanks for sharing.

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    I saw there a few interesting things.
    Unfortunately I didn't have much time to make a full report about it.
    All of the major brands were there with nice looking printers, many multicolour prints, colorfab filaments and others, 3d scanners, etc.
    It was a nice and small show with everything.

    One of the few flyers I took was from this guys, that launched to market yesterday: http://zinomat.com
    Flexible bed sheet that magnetically stays on the bed and can very easily remove printed parts.
    The cost is cheap enough to buy one and give it a try.

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    Did they say what the size is, as they only offer 1 product in their store?

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    It is 26 cm x 22 cm but can be cut with regular scissors.
    I held it on my hands and it seemed a good value for money.
    I hope it lasts a bit longer than the BuildTak.
    The surface looks similar for good adhesion without the need of any spray or tape or probably even heating.

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    Hmmm interesting... so it's two pieces? you "glue" one piece to the alu bed and the other magnets to this part, right?

 

 

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