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Hello!

We just wanted to pop up with a friendly note to anyone interested in how 3D printing and technology can be used to help benefit those in developing countries around the world. You may already be aware that we held the first 3D4D Challenge late last year – a competition that aimed to find new and innovative uses for 3D printing to improve the lives of those in developing nations, with a prize of $100,000 awarded to the winning project. The Challenge helped to build discussion around 3D printing for good and we want to continue this. We have been posting links to relevant news and articles on our Twitter and Facebook pages on a daily basis, along with links to guest blog posts discussing the legacy of the 3D4D Challenge.

If you want to be inspired, to get involved in the conversation or find out more about what’s happened to the winner or finalists of the 3D4D Challenge, why don’t you like our Facebook page? You can also follow us on Twitter (@3D4DChallenge)!

- The 3D4D Challenge team :D

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