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Introduction:

If you've never heard of 3DCamp and live in or near Houston, you're missing out. 3DCamp is the place to find everything you've ever wanted to know about 3D software, machines that make 3D things, and getting 3D things from reality to getting them into the computer (scanning, etc.) and just a bunch of 3D knowledge and experts all over. Hop on over to their home page and check out the presentation schedule and all that they will have going on.

Description:

A couple of us at BuildYourCNC will be attending the event to show off one of our machines and enjoy the presentations they have to offer. The 3DCamp will be held on Saturday, September 29, 2012.

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