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Shapeways Cyber Monday - Get a Bonus for Ordering 3D Prints Today!


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Great. I just saw that this $10 credit starts with orders placed at 12 am PST and just placed my order at 12am CST. It would be awesome if you guys would honor the $10 credit regardless of the hour time difference. Thanks.
#1 J on 2013-12-02 06:03 (Reply)
I did the same thing...ordered 1 hour too early...
#1.1 Marcus on 2013-12-02 08:46 (Reply)
This blog post at the top says this was posted on Dec 2, 2013, so obviously I saw this at Dec 2. So after seeing the date as Dec 2 on the post and placing my order, the time stamp of the order was Dec 1st. ??? I will message shapeways customer support.
#1.1.1 J on 2013-12-02 20:48 (Reply)
Marcus & J, please reach out to our Customer Service team, with any questions or concerns you have about your order. They're working hard, 7 days a week, and are happy to help :-).
I did reach out to customer service and I have still not heard back and I have not received a credit. Very disappointing. Can someone please email concerning this? It would go a long way to encourange me to continue using shapeways service. Thanks.
#1.2.1 J on 2013-12-18 23:23 (Reply)
Note to myself:
Really do wait till Cyber Monday morning to order in 2014. :-D

That's life.
#2 Sven on 2013-12-02 14:02 (Reply)
Of course, next year there will be something different and receiving info about the promotion day of, probably will mean that I won't be taking advantage of it next year either.
#2.1 peachy on 2013-12-02 21:21 (Reply)
AWESOME, just in time for my xmas shopping.
#3 Dave on 2013-12-02 16:22 (Reply)
Second part of my 2-part order is stuck "in production" for many days now. No response from customer service. Not sure what to make of this.
#4 Kirill Edelman on 2013-12-02 19:25 (Reply)
It is printing!
#4.1 Anonymous on 2013-12-02 19:50 (Reply)
Depends on how many days - is it still within the production times stated on the
materials page (and hence the predicted delivery period) ? "In production" can mean anything from "waiting for a printer to become available" to "actually printing" or even "on the way to shapeways" for things done by production partners. If you order one "fast material" (say, WSF) and a "slow" one, say ceramics, the finished part will wait around for the other to arrive before they are delivered to you. Another possibility is that the part you are now waiting for may have broken the first time, in which case they are doing a reprint at no additional cost.
#4.2 mkroeker on 2013-12-02 20:16 (Reply)
Wow that was odd. I just wrote an extremely long comment but aftter I clicked
submit my comment didn't show up. Grrrr... well I'm not writing all that over again.
Anyhow, just wanted too say wonderul blog!
#4.3 Bettie (Homepage) on 2013-12-03 23:30 (Reply)
If some one wants to be updated with latest technologies afterward he mus be
go to see this website and be up too datee daily.
#4.4 Julianne (Homepage) on 2013-12-06 04:10 (Reply)
Tried to purchase 4 items before 12am, promo code was not accepted. So I canceled my order.
#5 Francis Rogers on 2013-12-03 05:10 (Reply)
Hi Francis, so sorry to hear that- please email and we'll see what we can do :-)

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