Win Free PLA From Industrial 3D in Our Latest 3D Printing Giveaway!

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It’s that time again – time for a new giveaway! This year we’ve given away Amazon gift cards and lasers to turn your 3D printer into a laser cutter, and now we’re turning our attention to that one thing that a maker can never have enough of – filament. PLA filament, in particular. Industrial 3D is a brand new 3D printer filament manufacturer, and to mark its inaugural product launch the company is giving away one free spool of 1.75 mm white PLA to 10 winners.

Industrial 3D’s PLA is extremely strong. According to the company, it has been engineer tested in commercial applications and outperforms competitors in direct tensile strength and crush comparisons. It won’t jam, and it’s very easy to use. Industrial 3D states that the filament’s print quality is very high, as well, with features like arches and embedded text printing easily and clearly.

3DPrint.com and our sister site 3DPrintBoard.com are pleased to host a filament giveaway in honor of the launch of this new company. It’s always exciting when a new business enters the 3D printing industry, especially when it’s a business that promises inexpensive and high-quality filaments. We’re happy to say that our readers will be among the first to test out this new filament, which is currently only available in white but will have several additional colors available soon.

Entering the giveaway is easy, and you can do so in any of 11 ways:

You can learn more and enter the giveaway here. With 11 ways to enter, you can add plenty of chances to win this free giveaway.

Three weeks are left in the giveaway, so there’s plenty of time to rack up as many entries as you can. If you’re not among the winners, you can still try out Industrial 3D’s filament by [easyazon_link identifier=”B078FQ1H4T” locale=”US” tag=”3dprint09-20″]ordering on Amazon[/easyazon_link]; until the end of May, you can receive 30% off two or more spools.

Contest winners must be residents of the United States or Canada.

 

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