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WIN 3D printer - CAD/3D Model Competition

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All the info can be found here.

To enter the Christmas contest applicants need to 3D model and upload a design to either (or both) of the submission design categories -

 

  • Category 1 - a 3D printable decorative object with an 'endangered species' theme
  • Category 2 - a 3D printable object for use during the seasonal festivities / with a seasonal theme

My Mini Factory will be accepting entries from the 4th of November till the 20th of November. After this, entries will be posted on the website for a 3 week voting period.

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