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Interested in Printer, Requesting Print(s) of coin or Bitcoin

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I am interested in buying one of these units, as a test build for diversity of materials and their strength, I request one or multiple prints of a coin, specifically a BitCoin or some other large disc shaped item with details in a bronze fill and other grades of materials from soft to hard, rubbery, smooth, etc.


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No that is not needed, but it is easier for fellow Ultimaker users to get in touch with you about a test print. I am from Europe/Germany so it wouldn't make sense to print something for you and then send it the long way over the ocean :)

But maybe someone from Ohio will chime in.

There is another way to get a test print. The platform 3DHubs is working with Ultimaker to provide test prints in your area:



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