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12/5/2012 04:38 AM EST
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Thomas Chongruk
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Thomas Chongruk   12/5/2012 7:43:59 PM
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Here's the company who makes the printer. Lots of stuff (samples) on their site ... http://www.mcortechnologies.com/

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krisi   12/5/2012 7:25:17 PM
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Only $1000 for a 3D printer, amazing...but not too many people will buy hardware at this price so Staple's business will do well...pls come to Canada!

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kjdsfkjdshfkdshfvc   12/5/2012 6:24:17 PM
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when they do get them to do a "SylvieBarak" scan and print then post the sample and Open HW model :)

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SylvieBarak   12/5/2012 6:01:23 PM
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Unfortunately Staples hasn't made pictures of its samples available yet, but I'm sure they will come January when it launches

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resistion   12/5/2012 9:37:44 AM
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Can we see a sample?

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