3D Printer class

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Gyvven
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3D Printer class

Postby Gyvven » Fri Jan 03, 2014 4:29 pm

For less than $500 and a couple of Saturdays you too can have your very own desktop 3d printer. I only have 3 kits... 2 kits, now... available. So, hurry and sign up.

The class is live on EventBrite https://www.eventbrite.com/e/build-your-own-3d-printer-tickets-10003738451

Here's a picture of the frame that is included in the kit. It's actually the MDF on the right, the one on the left didn't turn out as expected.

Any questions get in touch with me.

-Jon
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Re: 3D Printer class

Postby 53bash » Tue Jan 21, 2014 10:29 pm

I'm totally up for this, but the timing was off for me. Given the cost, I need a decent lead time (4+ weeks) so that I'm not drained of discretionary funds before I get a chance to buy the ticket.
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Re: 3D Printer class

Postby Gyvven » Wed Jan 22, 2014 8:46 am

I'm planning on doing another one shortly after this one gets finished, mid to late Feb. I need to get my expenses back from this one in order to get more parts. Then there's the lead time for the shipment of parts. I'll post up a little further in advance next time.
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