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9/13/2013

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Caleb Kraft
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Re: I'm poised to 3D print
Caleb Kraft   9/13/2013 3:02:06 PM
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cool, can't wait to see the results!

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Max The Magnificent   9/13/2013 3:00:43 PM
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@Caleb: what are you printing first?

A guy here in the building where I have my office created a model of a Lego Spider -- we're trying to get that to work

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Caleb Kraft   9/13/2013 2:58:21 PM
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what are you printing first? I missed it if you already mentioned it somewhere. I'm pretty sure my first print with this printer was the octopus.

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antedeluvian   9/13/2013 1:17:15 PM
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"Where's that "Jaws" theme music coming from?"

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Max The Magnificent   9/13/2013 11:04:34 AM
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As I pen these words, I'm poised to kick off my first test 3D print using a model created by a friend ... I cannot wait to start creating my own 3D models using the DesignSpark Mechanical software...

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