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Win A 3D Printer By Designing For Electronics @Pinshape

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There’s only 9 days left to enter the Design For Electronics contest from Pinshape!

That’s right! We’re sponsoring this months contest and offering a $200 Adafruit Gift Card to the first place winner. There’s also a RoboC2 3D printer and spools filament being award. Second place gets a Micro 3D printer from M3D and two spools of filament. Third place gets a 3D printing pen, so there’s something cool for all three winners!

There’s tons of great entries, all of which are unique and creative. It’ll be tough for Pedro and I to pick just three! So if you have a design you’ve made for a previous electronics project, consider entering in the contest!

Enter The Design For Electronics Contest

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