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Potential print suppliers?
« on: January 15, 2019, 11:59:34 AM »
This might seem a brash question, I know.

Are any of you considering being a supplier of printed parts?

I am asking because I cannot foresee myself obtaining an Anycubic machine anytime soon and I would rather pay someone here for some* of my parts than to pay SW.

It may be easier to contain inventory myself,, (shipping may make it infeasible) but I at least want to cost some things out and prove some things out.

I think I may have some parts that would benefit from these printers (*the jury is still out on the more complex shells I have, etc.) and try to lower the cost to my customers (again shipping comes in).

I am particularly interested in testing some clear printings in addition to normal materials.

To be transparent I have already contacted some printer owners offline, but I wanted to open up the conversation with others too.  This will not affect those already contacted.

I can warn you now this will not make you a millionaire,  :D.  If you respond here I will contact you offline to discuss details.


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Re: Potential print suppliers?
« Reply #1 on: January 15, 2019, 10:48:21 PM »
Good Luck! I'm hoping this works out since I'm all for lower prices and more Pennsy stuff!
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