3D printing is a great hobby; we love seeing the creations the community comes up with right from their desktop 3D printers. Of course, it extends well beyond hobbyists as well, but those working at home with their 3D printers might not have quite the same access to resources that professionals in the 3D printing industry do. While a 3D printer itself is (hopefully) a one-time investment, 3D printing requires regular use of consumables, from filament to the often-ubiquitous blue tape and glue sticks.
As we look to continue to encourage everyone in their 3D printing interests, we’ve been offering giveaways for a bit now, alongside our sister site 3DPrintBoard.com. On the heels of our last contest where 10 winners from across the country each scored a pair of custom-fit 3D printed Wiivv insoles and our M3D Micro 3D printer giveaway ahead of that, this latest offering offers even more customization. Today we’re launching our latest giveaway, in which three lucky winners will each take home a $50 gift card for Amazon.
Entering is as easy as ever, and you can really add to your opportunities to win by generating new entries each day. You 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, 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, checking out our Pinterest, and signing up to our daily newsletter. All told, there are 11 ways to enter — and 3 winners to come.
As you start adding up all your entries in one tab, keep another browser tab open to Amazon to start making your wishlist. That $50 may be your ticket to the next boost in your 3D printing workspace!
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