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Win a M3D Micro Plus desktop 3D printer!

Win a M3D Micro Plus desktop 3D printer!

Did you know you could win one of two desktop 3D printers in our contest this month? 

You definitely can, and it is very straightforward to enter. 

The contest offers two great prizes, each being a brand new M3D Micro Plus desktop 3D printer from our sponsor, M3D. The M3D Micro and its successors have been among the most successful low-cost 3D printers ever released to the market.

The company began as a basic Kickstarter project in 2014, where the modestly-priced machine proved popular among hobbyists seeking a way to obtain a low cost 3D printer. At the time, most of the available alternative desktop 3D printer options were significantly more expensive, with some exceeding USD$2,000 for what now would be considered basic equipment.  

M3D’s low price of USD$350 did the trick. They company was able to manage their production within budget to emerge from their massively successful launch campaign as one of the larger producers of 3D printers worldwide. Today the company has added the M3D Pro to their product shelf, which is an even more powerful machine. 

And now you can have your own Micro Plus by entering our contest, which runs through the end of this month. No, you cannot win twice. 

What do you need to do? Is it hard to enter? Do you need special 3D design skills to compete? Do you need to know someone. 

Nope and nope. All you need to do is subscribe to one of our two newsletter options during the month of May (and remain a subscriber until at least the end of the month) on our special entry form. We’ll randomly pick two qualifying winners from the list of entrants. 

Full details of the contest are available here and you can enter by simply filling out this form

We will announce the lucky winners in early June. Please enter! 
 

General Fabb

Kerry Stevenson, aka "General Fabb" has been writing Fabbaloo posts since he launched the venture in 2007, with an intention to promote and grow the incredible technology of 3D printing across the world. So far, it seems to be working!

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