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  • Do you currently have a 3d printer?

    35 28.00%
  • Are you thinking of purchasing a 3d printer?

    54 43.20%
  • Are you currently printing 3d objects at a 3rd party print bureau?

    10 8.00%
  • If you have not printed 3d objects yet are you thinking of doing so in the next 12 months?

    38 30.40%
  • I have no interest in 3D printing and do not expect to for the foreseeable future?

    19 15.20%
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    Default Re: What is your future interest and involvement in 3d printing?

    The poll shows the desired to own
    I am finding the models from scans are a roadblock for many on the way to an object,
    I put my efforts into the 3D models and "rent" a professional service bureau to physically print.
    Just sign up for a "maker type place" and use their printer .send Stl and receive part. Easy. cheaply.



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    Default Re: What is your future interest and involvement in 3d printing?

    I think its possible

    http://dragonmanialegendshack.site


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