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guys can one of you do me a big favour.

Can some one please print the first rat model i have at the top of this tread.

My boss just asked if he could see his rat building printed.

I am still waiting for my ultimaker, so that option isnt there.... yet

 

If anyone can print off this model for me and post it to me before next Monday, I would be so greatful.

I have no problem paying for the material and post !

please email me if you can do it ?

ian.spring@gmail.com

 

Thanks a million.

Ian

 

link.

http://www.thingiverse.com/image:128002

 

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im in germany and i think between the conversion between archicad, cinema4d and netfabb the dimensions got a little confused.

The model can be printed to any real sixe.

It was just intended to see if the ultimaker could print confortable from a archicad built 3d model.

On another side note.

I got some brilliant support from Florian in Bayreuth and he fixed me up with two super printed models from my rat house project.

Thanks Florian !!

Ian :D

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