Dutch Travel Arrangements

Just for family and friends, and people with a need-to-know (and that includes me!), here are my travel plans:

Wednesday 28th September

Leave Winchester at 15:00, drive to Dover.

18:00 – 20:00 Ferry to Dunkirk (arrive 21:00 Eu time).

21:00 – 21:15 Drive to hotel Premiere Classe

59380 Armbouts-Cappel

Thursday 29th September to Monday 10th October

09:00 – 11:30 Drive to Gubbels Engineering

Working with Gubbels Engineering, Eindhoven
Camiel Gubbels
Mobile +31 (0) 6 – 1423 4431
Work +31 (0) 40 – 202 6749

Hurksestraat 18 – E
5652AK Eindhoven, Noord-Brabant

I am planning to be working at Mendel-Parts until Monday 10th October, so that I can be there for the V.03 workshop on 8-9 October.

Staying with Camiel at Jan Hollanderstraat 10, 5654 DS Eindhoven

Work-Home drive 

Monday 3rd October

17:00 – 18:00 Drive to Utrecht.

Staying in B&B in Ijjelstein

Mrs Cilia van Montfoort
Achtersloot 97 3401NT Ijsselstein UT

+31 (0)348 471092

Tuesday 4th October 

From Ijjelstein to Fab Lab 

Visiting Fab Lab (Protospace) Utrecht

Siert Wijnia
Nijverheidsweg 16
3534 AM Utrecht, Netherlands

030 2230875

Hope to talk to Siert Wijnia and Erik de Bruijn about Ultimaker, and Fab Laband hope to talk to Erik about Rep Lab.

Visiting Johan de Stigter (Makerbeam)  Probably meeting at Fab Lab.  Bringing back the first Maker Beam Starter Kit (and certainly the first bearing kit) in the UK.

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18:00 — Drive back to Eindhoven

Monday 10th October

Return to UK

Probably drive to Dunkirk: 10:30 – 13:00

Ferry to UK: 14:01 – 15:01 (two hours, less time difference)

16:00 Visiting Astrosyn International, Chatham to collect NEMA motors

16:30 — 18:30 Drive home

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