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:angry: I just wanted to rant about those that wrongly Categorise parts.

I'm sorry but a Lego brick, a bottle top, a spiky vase, a pencil box, ... ARE NOT 3D printer parts and enhancements! :angry:

When looking for interesting items to improve and enhance my printer, I doubt that myself and many others are looking for a model of Buddha or a puzzle box, the clue is in the title 3D printer parts and enhancements   there are 13 other categories that would better fit your item8)

Perhaps a button to highlight a part is in the wrong grouping and can be moved would help if  publishers can't place it in the right category!

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