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Win a 3DPrint.com or EnvisionTEC T-Shirt in Our New Giveaway!

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I’m of the opinion that one can never have too many T-shirts. That’s probably not true, but it’s hard to stop collecting them, especially when one has multiple interests and passions that one would like to proudly display. Sports teams, nerdy fandoms, favorite places…there’s no end to the possibilities that T-shirts offer. You may have a variety of T-shirts already, but do you have one that displays your love of 3D printing? If not, you’re in luck. 3DPrint.com and EnvisionTEC are partnering up for a T-shirt giveaway in which five winners will win either a 3DPrint.com or an EnvisionTEC T-shirt.

In an ideal world, we’d be able to launch them out of cannons the way they do at sporting events, but unfortunately that’s not possible logistically, so we’ll just send them to you. Still fun! Each shirt has a tasteful logo on it, a way for you to show your 3D printing pride. If you’re looking to meet fellow 3D printing fans, a T-shirt is a good way to do it, too – walking around emblazoned with a 3DPrint.com or EnvisionTEC logo is likely to get some interested questions and start some conversations about the technology.

It’s easy to enter, and there are several ways for you to do so:

We have offered several giveaways so far; others have given readers the chance to win free PLA, laser cutter attachments, custom insoles or sandals, Amazon gift cards and more. Now we’re giving you the opportunity to augment your wardrobe – maybe you can wear your new T-shirt with your 3D printed sandals, and be a walking advertisement for 3D printing technology. The contest is running for the next two weeks, and there’s no limit to how many times you can enter, so you can give yourself plenty of chances to win.

You can learn more about the giveaway and how to enter here. Make sure to stay tuned as well, as we’ll be launching more giveaways in the future. We’re always looking for new ways to show appreciation for our readers, so pay attention for what will be coming next, and start submitting your entries for this current giveaway now.

Discuss this and other 3D printing topics at 3DPrintBoard.com, or share your thoughts below.

 

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