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Confused Crocodile Answered

I'm a confused crocodile...I wanted to compete in the 3d money clip challenge and will still design something for it :) . After numerous times of trying to make the software work it just didn't so I'm going to try to use some other CADs that I have. With that being said here lies my confusion about this contest.The prize(s) for the 3d money clip contest is a $100.00 credit for five winners. I went to the website and there's a membership fee and if you aren't a member then the cost of services is higher. Plus, there's an hourly charge for the services and I'm basically confused as to the benefit of a $100.00 voucher/credit. Would that be enough to make a 3d print of the 3d model for the winners of the contest?

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caitlinsdad

6 years ago

Hmm, looked at that site and it does seem more geared to an industrial business needing to fabricate a part which you need to get a quote on. The $100 seems trivial compared to the basic membership fee. There is not even mention of an instructables prize pack with T-shirt as a prize, maybe why I passed it up.

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N1K1_1NC.caitlinsdad

Reply 6 years ago

Thank you for checking out the site and confirming what I thought. I overlooked the instructable prize pack not being included for that contest :( . I'm still probably going to do something for it just for the heck of it though. Maybe the voucher would benefit someone who is already a member or who seeks to become one. Anyways thank you both for your replies.

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fungus amungus

6 years ago

It all depends on the material you want to print with. For nylon that should be more than enough. Check out other sites like Shapeways for an idea.