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How To Repair a Bugaboo Pram with 3D Printing for Under $25


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I replaced a desk lamp part using shapeways printing.
#1 Darren Abbey on 2011-08-03 04:51 (Reply)

You should post an instructables too!
#2 duann scott on 2011-08-03 04:55 (Reply)
Love it! The pessimist in me wonders when the intellectual property lawyers are going to catch onto 3D printing.
#3 Jeffrey Matthias (Homepage) on 2011-08-03 05:06 (Reply)
The vultures are circling
#4 Anonymous on 2011-08-03 05:47 (Reply)
I had to check where a spike of traffic arrived yesterday to my shop..

I recall raising this idea of posting on instructables back in Aug, 2010
Merging DIY projects with shapeways 3D printing - a synergy that should be explored..

Great job Duann! looking forward to your interview on wired/geegdad ;-)
#5 Dizingof (Homepage) on 2011-08-05 11:33 (Reply)
I can't believe this!
We were looking at replacing the whole frame for over 800 dollars.
That's on top of the 1200 the pram already cost us. It's 5 years old FCS!
I have found bugaboo's service slow and am happy to see a normal dad DIY ing this. Any more parts to come?
#6 B'jango on 2011-08-08 10:01 (Reply)
#7 Brian Scott O'keefe (Homepage) on 2012-07-09 16:03 (Reply)

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