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I am looking at buying one of these machines to help me with my hobby (model boats) but I have not seen any models in the flesh. Is there someone in the UK that would be prepared to print an stl file for me so that I can get an idea of what can be done. I am, of course, prepared to pay for someones help with this.

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Much better, cheaper and faster is if you just upload at STL file and ask people here who are using this

machine to have a look at it. They can tell you in 5mins if:

1) Its possible to print

2) If support material will be needed

3) likely issues with geometry

People who are experienced can do all this without printing anything.

If you want to see what kind of stuff is possible, then google, or the "what have you printed" section of this

forum will show you all that.

If you really must have something printed, I am more than happy to do that for a small fee.

C.

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