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Old 08-20-2020, 08:14 PM   #6
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Re: 3-D Printing

Would like a 3-D printer mainly for small 1/6 scale parts, so the Elegoo Mars Pro printer seems to be the one to get. Amazon has them for a couple hundred dollars. Dudulle, which program do you use for making and adapting the parts for printing?

Dutchman, looks like I'll need to spend time to learn the 3-D programs. Looked up Fusion 360 and it appears to be free for one year, assuming I qualify and then there is a subscription cost. Is there another version of the program that is a free download without a time limit?

Later on it would be interesting to have a larger printer that could be used to make parts for a 1/6 scale vehicle.

thank you both for the great info.
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