Enter Our Fusion 360 and Cademy School Giveaway

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Thanks to our sponsor, Cademy School, we are doing another giveaway. Cademy School has an excellent introduction to Fusion 360 Course. Through this course you will be able to learn about 3D printing and how to design for 3D printing. Basic 3D printing concepts as well as how to optimize your 3D printed parts will be taught. You will learn how to avoid common 3D printing errors and how to make parts with Fusion 360.Cademy  is offering not only this course for free during the giveaway but also a $50 Amazon gift card. Second Prize is another Cademy 3D Printing and Design with Fusion 360 Course and a $25 Amazon gift card.

Win through doing any of the following after entering:

You can learn more about the course here: 3D Printing and Design with Fusion 360 Course or you can enter the giveaway here.

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