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Faberdashery Group Buy - USA

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Just throwing it out there, seeing if anyone would want to do a group buy on Faberdashery filament to the US. I plan on placing an order in the next week or so and I'm sure the shipping will be quite high even for just 2 rolls.

I'm in the northeast (CT) so if this gets a decent response I figure we could get the initial shipment to whoever is more or less in the middle of everybody and then divvy it out accordingly.

Hope some people jump on board.

Will probably do the same when the new http://umforum.ultimaker.com/index.php?/topic/467-post-your-latest-print/?p=50862 stuff gets put together at ColorFabb. Exciting things going on there!

 

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Cool, even if it's just two people it will save a decent amount. I was going to let this go for a few days and see if anyone bites, probably around this time next week I'd be placing an order.

Have you used them before, any color recommendations? I'll be grabbing purple for sure, Electric Blue and Mercury Red look pretty nice as well

 

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