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Episode 13: Short Circ-print

Friday, 15 April 2016 01:57

This is the first of two short episodes. Andrew and Joe have a little vacation time to take and went to different parts of the country. No need to be concerned though, because you will be rewarded with a longer episode when they return.

You can download or listen to the track on SoundCloud and directly off our main page. You can also find us on iTunes and YouTube!

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I'd Print That

Extruding 3D printing enlightenment and entertainment.

I'd Print That is a podcast about 3D printing, technology, gaming, and all things interesting. It is the brain child of Andrew Brinkley and Joe Hollingsworth; two friends who met in April of 2015 and bonded over their love of Star Wars, movies, TV shows, and 3D printing. Our objective is to help and educate current 3D printing hobbyists and that those looking at getting into 3D printing by making useful information readily available. Right now we are concerned that desktop 3D printing could be in a decline but we feel that if we can take away some of the confusion and mystery then maybe 3D printing will becoming more than just a hobby.

The podcast is released Fridays and can be heard on Soundcloud from your computer, or on your Andriod or iOS device though the Soundcloud App. Episodes can also be downloaded directly from our site for use on your favorite podcast player of offline listening.

Website: www.idprintthat.com

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