Only a Few Days Left to Enter 3DPrint.com’s Latest Giveaway: Win Magigoo 3D Printing Adhesive Pens, Simplify3D Software, and MakeShaper Filament!

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How time flies! It’s hard to believe that we’re already halfway through July – and that it’s been two weeks since we launched our current giveaway. Right now, we’re offering several prizes. Grand prize winners will receive a one-year license to Simplify3D and a Magigoo 3D printing adhesive pen, while second place winners will receive a Magigoo pen and three spools of MakeShaper filament. The third place winner will receive two Magigoo pens. There are only three days left in this giveaway, however, so if you haven’t entered yet, now’s the time!

You can enter here or through the home page of our sister site, 3DPrintBoard.com. There are multiple ways to enter, and you can submit several entries – and it’s all free. You can earn entries in the following ways:

So even if you’ve already entered, you can still have the chance to earn a few more entries in the next few days! Don’t forget that you can also purchase [easyazon_link identifier=”B01N2JGTWJ” locale=”US” tag=”3dprint09-20″]Magigoo from Amazon[/easyazon_link] for $5.00 off with the promotional code 5TRYMAGIGOO while supplies last, thanks to our contest sponsor Thought3D, creator of Magigoo. Thought3D asks that you leave a review on Amazon after trying the product.

We’ve gotten close to 2,000 entries already, and we’re looking forward to randomly picking the winners. Our giveaways in the past have included 3D printers, custom 3D printed insoles, and Amazon gift cards, and we’re always happy to be able to help our readers out through these events. This latest giveaway gives you the opportunity to win several different supplies to make your 3D printing projects easier, so enter today, and stay tuned for additional opportunities to win 3D printing supplies and more in the future! Discuss in the Giveaway forum at 3DPB.com.

 

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