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chriswnospam

Looking for someone to print a model for me for pay

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I´m thinking I will buy an Ultimaker and would like a sample model so I can make sure it´s what I want.

High resolution is not a big need as I am going to sand the model smooth, then apply automotive body filler, then resand.

Is anybody willing to print one for me? If so, please let me know and I´ll send over an STL file of what I want. Then you can give me a price.

I´m in USA but if nobody here is interested, I´d be willing to get a model from anywhere.

Thanks!

Chris

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I'm in Canada, and I'd be willing to do a print for you as a sample. I just got my ultimaker so I'm still tuning/tweaking a bit, but I'm a die hard veteran 3D Printing enthusiast, so I'm not concerned about being able to get good quality for you (and might be a good test since it's early in the "tweaking" stages, so would give you a good idea what a machine "out of the box" might be able to produce)

Let me know the approximate size/volume of the object, and it's intended use. And do you care if it's in yellow? (the spool currently on the machine) or would you prefer white/black?

I'll also need to see the STL to see how the file is laid out before I can give you an estimate.

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