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Hi all,

I'm Omar Yussry, Egyptian, 25 years old, Mechanical engineer

I'm new to 3D-Printing World all i just started with that I have enrolled in 3D-Printing specialization course from Illinois university in Coursera Platform and here I am with searching in Course free resources I found this Fabulous site, the big million dollar question how I got experienced with this Technology?

thanks for Ultimaker Community for accepting my request to join and I wish I could be useful as I can

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Hi Omar, Welcome to the forums!

Feel free to let us know what you think of the Coursera course.

I am not entirely sure I know what you mean getting more experienced with the technology. If you want to see one, I suppose you should see if there is a showroom in your area or get in touch with a maker through 3DHubs.

3DHubs might also be an option for you to request some 3D printed parts to develop a feel for them.

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Hi,

Is it possible to print a 3D image by dos command prompt in windows?

I want to send a request to 3D printer by CMD prompt in windows.

Please tell me the particular command to to do it.

If same thing I want to do in Ubuntu command line then how my command lines will be?

What exact command can I give in command prompt in Ubuntu OS?

Thanks & Regards,

Debakanta

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