Over the years, we have seen the prices of 3D printers drop further and further toward a point where the majority of working class families can feasibly have a miniature additive manufacturing machine in their living rooms, garages or offices. Businesses small and large can now prototype ideas and inventions for a small fraction of the costs they would have had to pay just five years ago. Thanks to 3D printers, the average person now has access to these same resources which only the largest of corporations had in the past.
One company which has played a major role in bringing affordable 3D printing to the masses is M3D with their 3D printers starting at just $349. Starting out with a Kickstarter campaign back in early 2014, M3D was able to raise an astounding $3.4 million via the crowdfunding platform.
Today, 3DPrint.com, 3DPrintBoard.com, and M3D are launching the M3D Micro 3D Printer Giveaway, in which one lucky winner will be selected to receive a factory refurbished M3D 3D Printer in the color of their choice.
There are many different ways to enter the giveaway and many opportunities to earn additional entries on a daily basis. Participants can receive 12 entries per day just for registering and participating in the 3DPrintBoard.com Forum, plus another 30 entries for upgrading to become a 3DPrintBoardPro member. Additionally, participants can earn more entries simply for following 3DPrint.com’s Twitter account, visiting us on Facebook, sharing details of the contest on Twitter and Facebook, subscribing to our YouTube channel, signing up to our daily newsletter, and much more.
This is the first of many 3D printing-related giveaways for 3DPrint.com — stay tuned for more in the future!
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