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YouMagine Useful 3D Prints Contest

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I should've held on to the earbud holder until now :p

I have three designs. One that is useful but I don't want to release it. And two that are useful but only semi-work, one less so than the other. Crap :)

There have been some pretty impressive designs posted on these forums and elsewhere so it will be very interesting to see what this brings out.


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the tag is what's needed but all pretty much come up. A lot of stuff added. The ones who decide what's useful are the youmagine team.

Remember there is more to the useful as in the way you present the object too. As in photos, size representation/scale and other info.

It's a hope to take the novelty out of it. I wish they had more of a commercial section that can be added by admins. Such as standard screw sizes and or fixture sizes. Etc. like how say you would want to setup a store but it's shared files :). Screws on isle 8! Past the light fixtures.


I just searched Youmagine for the "Useful 3D prints Contest" tags to check out what I would be up against. It gomes up with just about every design on there. obviously everyone thinks their designs are the most useful.


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