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Help! Clone a 100+ Year Old Inkwell

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Posted · Help! Clone a 100+ Year Old Inkwell

I have a 100+ year old small glass inkwell that i need 200 copies of for a project. Before investing a ton for a n Ultimaker and supplies i would really like to see just how well this printer can clone the inkwell. If anyone is willing to give it a shot i'd be more than happy to foot the bill for the costs, etc. I will send you the original to ensure the best possible result. If interested, please contact me at clanselkirk@gmail.com.

 

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Posted · Help! Clone a 100+ Year Old Inkwell

I recommend you use 3dhubs.com and select any FDM printer to get an idea of what it will look like if you buy an FDM printer. This is very inexpensive and fast way to get a print made.

 

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