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Hi Everyone,

I am the admin of http://www.3dprinting-forums.com'>http://www.3dprinting-forums.com'>http://www.3dprinting-forums.com'>http://www.3dprinting-forums.com

A new forum dedicated to 3D printing and Design. We mainly focus on the design aspects of 3D printing.

I would like to invite you to come on over and post your work in our galleries.

http://www.3dprinting-forums.com/viewforum.php?f=7

Or just drop by and say Hi :)

We are trying to build a community of enthusiasts and professionals to help share and contribute

to the growing 3D printing industry. So help us by contributing your knowledge and sharing your

experiences! Thanks!

http://www.3dprinting-forums.com

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I don't think I need another forum. There are already 2 devoted to Ultimaker, A reprap forum, Thingiverse. The experts here are very willing to help out nubes like me. Not to mention the unrelated forums I belong to. I don't think I'll be joining. Thanks anyway. Tough crowd I guess.

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