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Aotrs Commander11 Jun 2019 10:11 a.m. PST

Aotrs Shipyards sells prints direct (contact us via Facebook or email) and takes printing commissions. Aotrs Shipyards also has a webstore on Shapeways.com, a 3D print house which had production and shipping facilities located in the USA and the Netherlands[1].

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Aotrs Shipyards Task Force join thus group to be able to download the direct-print catalogue (beta).

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Due to various issues, I haven't had chance to work on anything new (moderns-wise) this month yet – but that's why the backlog exists! So this month, we are digging out the Ukrainian Kozak 2M.1 in 144th!

Kozak 2M.1

Direct price: £4.50 GBP
Shapeways price: $6.36 USD (6.06) link

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Photo of Replicator 2 direct version.

I have no concrete plans for next month yet; I'm away the last week in June and (hopefully) Barrage is immediately thereafter, so depending how I get on with things, July's release might be a little delayed to get something new done for release then.


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[1]Yes, the change for Shapeways to go to second billing is deliberate – their customer service is getting more problematic. The last time they bounced a customer's model when I asked what the problem was, they basically implied that they hadn't actually failed to print, they'd just guessed it would fail (apparently ignoring the previous printing successes). What can you do? (Other than do it yourself, because their competitors are even less viable…)

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