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 3D printing is an investment. Even after you’ve bought your 3D printer, the costs don’t end there – filament needs to consistently be replenished, particularly if you 3D print often, and there are things like post-processing tools and bed adhesives that add up as well. At 3DPrint.com, we understand that 3D printing can get expensive, so we do our best to help out our readers whenever we get a chance. That’s why we’re once again giving away $100 worth of Amazon gift cards in our latest giveaway.

Amazon has gone from being an online bookseller to an online repository of just about everything, and that includes 3D printers and 3D printing supplies. We’re giving away three gift cards – one for $50, one for $30 and one for $20 – and there are plenty of ways that you can enter to win. All you have to do is any of the following:

It’s easy to enter, and you can enter multiple times for a better chance at winning. If you win, it’s up to you what you want to use your gift card for – you can stock up on your favorite filament, or try a new experimental type of filament that you’ve always been interested in but never wanted to spend the money to try before. If you’ve been saving up for a new 3D printer, then a gift card can give you the extra funding boost that you need. Of course, you don’t have to spend it on 3D printing at all – you can buy a new paper shredder if you like! Exciting, yes? (That was the last thing I looked at on Amazon, because I need one.) Or you can be old-fashioned and buy some books, Kindle or otherwise. Whatever you decide to do with them, gift cards are nice to have, and you have just under three weeks to enter. So get clicking! And as always, remember that you can link directly to Amazon through our online shop.

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