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3D Design a GoPro attachment to win a GoPro Hero 4!

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Hey guys,

 

In partnership with Extreme.com, MyMiniFactory is launching a 3D printing design competition. We are calling on 3D artists and designers to design novel and unique GoPro attachments capable of surviving the demanding environments GoPro cameras so often encounter.

 

All the participants will receive a free print of their work and the winner will be awarded a UK drift all stars!

 

You can find more and enter the competition by following this link.

 

Have fun!

 

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If I click on '#' link it brings me to a page with a big red box that says:

Oops! Excuse me

The resource / page / 3D object you requested does not exist.... bla bla bla.

Tried again with same result, made me lose interest, sorry.

Btw: the 'report a problem' is so far below bottom of page that I doubt it will get much use (tested in chromium and firefox on ubuntu).

 

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