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MyMiniFactory Valentines 3D Printable Design Contest

To enter you need to upload a 3D printable design under either of the following themes:

Theme 1 - a 3D printable gadget

Theme 2 - a 3D printable Valentines keepsake / gift.

Accepting entries from the 13th of January till the 27th of January. After this, entries will be posted on the website for a 2 week voting period.

All successful entrants will receive a 3D print of their design.

The grand prize is an all expenses paid trip for two at a five star hotel including a night's accommodation, transport and dinner, at the value of £1,000.

Some examples of 3D printed entries to the last contest -

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