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Re: Pricing

August 30 2006 at 7:47 AM
Andrew Rogers  (Login www_printapart_com)
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I can give you an exact printapart.com price for the 1/25th scale engine block. The site gave me a price of $21.32 for the engine block. Our pricing is based the volume of the part (amount of material is uses) and the amount of space the part takes up on the platform. Also, if you were to send us a very high resolution file (above 50-75+ megabytes binary), you can be charged based on the amount of data you send us because there is a finite limit on the amount of data the machine can handle. I hope this helps. I'd love to give you more exact pricing, but it is hard to price items without having the STL file to run through the system. If you have any other questions, please let me know.

Andrew Rogers

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  1. Thanks Andrew - John Barnicoat on Aug 30, 2006, 7:52 PM
  3. Can you digi scan say a figure or headset in 35th and reduce to 48th - LukePitt on Sep 1, 2006, 12:26 AM
    1. Re: Can you digi scan say a figure or headset in 35th and reduce to 48th - Andrew Rogers on Sep 5, 2006, 8:58 AM

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