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Contributors to this thread:
YZF-88 18-Mar-18
PECO 18-Mar-18
Errorhead 18-Mar-18
Kevin @ Wisconsin 18-Mar-18
APauls 18-Mar-18
YZF-88 18-Mar-18
glunker 18-Mar-18
YZF-88 18-Mar-18
backstraps 18-Mar-18
Bowman 14-Dec-21
Bowman 14-Dec-21
winebrenn 16-Dec-21
Rock 16-Dec-21
From: YZF-88
18-Mar-18

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Made this for my arrows last night. Just put it up. Simple, cheap and didn't take much time.

From: PECO
18-Mar-18
Very cool.

From: Errorhead
18-Mar-18
You should make some and sell them.

18-Mar-18

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That is sweet! I will take one. I need a place to put my arrows besides the top of the microwave.

From: APauls
18-Mar-18
“Cheap” after purchase of 3D printer ;)

I’m just jealous I want one

From: YZF-88
18-Mar-18

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Good point about the cost of the printer! Fortunately, I paid for mine easily and quickly by prototyping some widgets, then using the 3d prints to make molds. Selling the molded parts in eBay to fund my hunting habit. Win win!

From: glunker
18-Mar-18
Can that machine make some B&C racks? I think you have an opportunity to get richer if I understand some of the priorities here.

From: YZF-88
18-Mar-18

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I can't print antlers but I've helped most of my co-workers take pictures of them by making spotting scope adapters. My fee is a week's worth of cafeteria lunch.

From: backstraps
18-Mar-18
I'll buy a couple. Live just over the mountain. They would work perfectly with some wooden bow racks I've built.

From: Bowman
14-Dec-21
Have any of you tried printing photos on acrylic glass?

From: Bowman
14-Dec-21
Have any of you tried printing photos on acrylic glass?

From: winebrenn
16-Dec-21
My husband and I recently gave my parents a joint family photo in large format. We thought that printing it out and framing it wouldn't look attractive. We had the option of ordering the work from an artist. He paints pictures from photographs. But at the last minute, we found a print on acrylic glass online. I had not seen that before, but it looked very cool. As far as I know, printing on acrylic glass lasts for years. We ordered from this particular site Acrylic Prints because they give a five-year warranty. We liked the result and the quality of the work.

From: Rock
16-Dec-21
Cost of 3-D printer is cheap compared to some of the CAD Programs used to make the models for the printer to work from.

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