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reyman

Community Printing Project - now on Indiegogo

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Hello,

not too long ago I found co-printers on this forum for an open source community printing project. We print a lot of small mold parts and make bigger molds of them to bild the SUP surf boards.

Now we have placed the project on Indiegogo for crowdfunding. Exciting thing with super perks, just check it out ...

 

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/revolutionary-3d-print-method-to-build-surf-boards/x/7793534

 

Saludos

 

reyman

 

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