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 Topic: OCTOBER themed RINGS
OCTOBER themed RINGS [message #55953] Fri, 26 October 2012 04:00 UTC
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my website is finally updated and there are a couple of Halloween themed rings that are available.

too bad they are a little late for this all hallows eve but they could go for next year.

index.php?t=getfile&id=22086&private=0
anyways stop by my website and let me know what you think.

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Lead Designer- VICTOR RINGS design

http://victorrings.weebly.com/


my website is online at
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RINGS GALORE!
 Topic: iphone 5 cases for the contest
iphone 5 cases for the contest [message #55534] Wed, 17 October 2012 20:18 UTC
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index.php?t=getfile&id=21813&private=0Hello everyone i recently uploaded my cases for the iphone 5 contest.

please feel free to give me your comments and please rate and check my designs here they are:

iphone basic bumper

http://www.shapeways.com/model/731780/iphone-5-basic-bumper. html

iphone 5 hexagonal case

http://www.shapeways.com/model/736178/iphone-5-hexagonal-cas e.html

iphone 5 wavy case

http://www.shapeways.com/model/736640/iphone-5-wavy-case.htm l

iphone 5 leaf design case

http://www.shapeways.com/model/741325/iphone-5-leaf-design-c ase.html

and also as shapeways announced recently i can´t wait to see my designs printed in the new dyed and polished colors. Very Happy

please rate my designs and give your comments Smile

 Topic: Reproduction Of A Classic Car Part From 1938 With 3D Printing.
Reproduction Of A Classic Car Part From 1938 With 3D Printing. [message #55449] Tue, 16 October 2012 16:49 UTC
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Old meets New
3D Artifex reproduced a car bonnet badge from a 1938 english classic car.
The original 73 year old part was first drawn in 3D cad software by 3D Artifex.
After the first 3D printed prototype's in Polyamide the final design was 3D printed in Bronze.

The Bronze 3D print was then finished with chrome.

For more info and picture's go to my website.


 Topic: Scanning bureau in London
Scanning bureau in London [message #55218] Thu, 11 October 2012 19:44 UTC
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Hi Guys,

Wondering if anyone can recommend a good 3d scanning bureau in London, UK?

Thanks.
 Topic: Prototyping on the Cheap
Prototyping on the Cheap [message #55214] Thu, 11 October 2012 19:20 UTC
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A new development in the Idea to Reality blog post. While I was at Maker Faire in NY I got talking to a guy from 123D about the model I constructed using 123D Make. He suggested creating an Instructable on it. So I did, and here it is. If anyone is interested in how to create a prototype on the cheap. I go step by step into how to create your own prototype using 123D Make, some cardboard, and some glue.


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 Topic: Interesting link
Interesting link [message #55108] Tue, 09 October 2012 21:29 UTC
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Free Autodesk® Inventor® Fusion
http://labs.autodesk.com/technologies/fusion
The Microsoft Windows compatible technology preview executable expires on April 1, 2013.
The Mac App Store version of the technology preview has no expiration date.


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 Topic: Adding personal comments or shipping information to products sold?
Adding personal comments or shipping information to products sold? [message #55085] Tue, 09 October 2012 14:04 UTC
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Hello

I sell iphone cases that use a metal bottle opener attachment.

http://www.shapeways.com/shops/amznfx

like these

http://www.shapeways.com/model/591443/ultimate-minimalistic- case-with-bottle-opener.html

I have a couple that i can start shipping out and i would like to add a small surcharge to the cases that i sell.

However, i would need the costumer's shipping address and name. This is not provided to me at all specially since personal comments can't be added to the purchased order.

I also want to make the metal attachment available at a discounted price to people who have purchased my product. I was going to set up a paypal account and ask for the order # as proof they purchased my product. However, the excell download option with this information is not working. (which needs to be fixed ASAP in my opinion)

Can anyone help? i'm pretty sure people would like this option.. like the guy who designed this ring

http://www.shapeways.com/model/318330/green-lantern-ring-16- 8mm.html

he can probably ship out his green stone

 Topic: Polychemy.com - 3D Printed Sculptures By Professorial Digital Artists.
Polychemy.com - 3D Printed Sculptures By Professorial Digital Artists. [message #54956] Sat, 06 October 2012 03:17 UTC
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Hi Everyone, just wanted to introduce our latest collection.
Amazing 3D Printed Sculptures by some of the world's leading 3D Print Artists.

I am really excited to announce some really cool new additions to our 3D printed sculpture collection.

Get them at Polychemy.com

http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y288/xxdaggerxx/SculptureBannercopy.jpg


Notable Artists Include:

Jousha Harker - Harker's work has gained international recognition and acclaim and is among over 2000 collections - including notable artists such as Andy Warhol, Ron English, Shepard Fairey, R. Crumb, & Robert Williams. Besides exhibiting and being collected internationally, his work has been featured in WIRED magazine, The Economist, MSNBC, ARTINFO, National Geographic, PC World, Core77, Coolhunting, Chicago Tribune, Popular Science, and countless others.
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Andrew Baker - Andrew is a creature and character designer at Weta Workshop Design Studio based in Wellington, New Zealand. He has worked on numerous high profile films such as District 9, and the upcoming Peter Jackson film, The Hobbit.
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Dominic Qwek - is a senior cinematic artist at Blizzard. He has worked on numerous games such as Starcraft 2: Wings of Liberty and the upcoming Starcraft 2: Heart of the Swarm.

Eric van Straaten - is a Hyper Surreal artist and a noteable 3D Print artist and sculptor. His work has been featured in high-end art fairs around the world.Only a few specialize in 3D Printing in color and there is no artist who pushes the boundaries of colorized 3D-prints as far as Eric van Straaten does.

Thanks to all the fantastic artists who have added their work to Polychemy!


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 Topic: Video about a new program that adds structural support as needed in your digital model automaticall
Video about a new program that adds structural support as needed in your digital model automaticall [message #54473] Tue, 25 September 2012 05:06 UTC
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http://youtu.be/J8bPXk5od4I

Interesting possibilities.

Lincoln


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 Topic: Will there be Child Safe Plastics
Will there be Child Safe Plastics [message #54417] Sun, 23 September 2012 11:10 UTC
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I remember there was once an inventor who found a way to make CD-Roms out of corn, could that or something else be used as a transparent detail ?

http://www.care2.com/greenliving/which-plastics-are-safe.htm l
 Topic: Any one going to TCT Live 25th-26th? (NEC UK)
Any one going to TCT Live 25th-26th? (NEC UK) [message #54377] Sat, 22 September 2012 07:11 UTC
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Any one going to TCT Live 25th-26th?


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 Topic: AEROcup on ICON MAGAZINE
AEROcup on ICON MAGAZINE [message #54247] Wed, 19 September 2012 13:05 UTC
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...my AEROcup on ICON MAGAZINE...Smile

http://www.iconeye.com/index.php?option=com_product&cont roller=product&task=view&cid=1756


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 Topic: Thinking of a world where hobbies have user centric design.
Thinking of a world where hobbies have user centric design. [message #54118] Sun, 16 September 2012 14:56 UTC
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One of my clients Chris Thorp has created this great video about his enthusiasm for model railways and how his and Dot San's collaboration has inspired him to create a 3D printed model venture.

http://vimeo.com/49180436

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We like challenges, so don't be shy in coming forward with any questions. Please feel free to contact my customers below for a reference.


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 Topic: A weekly 3D printing newsletter with the latest news and products
A weekly 3D printing newsletter with the latest news and products [message #53788] Sat, 08 September 2012 17:44 UTC
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Hiya!

I started a new project because I find myself reading a lot of 3D printing news lately. On top of that, I'm not satisfied with the distribution of 3D printing news. There are some DIY/3D printing newsletters that promote products (like the Shapeways one), but they hardly cover any interesting news IMHO.

I will also cover interesting products found on Shapeways! First issue was launched yesterday.
Subscribe for free here: http://www.3dprintingletter.com/

Any feedback? Feel free to subscribe.. and see you next week! Smile
 Topic: Some very interesting SHAPEWAYS fashion designer!!
Some very interesting SHAPEWAYS fashion designer!! [message #53775] Sat, 08 September 2012 12:18 UTC
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I was surfing on internet and... I found this interesting article about fashion and 3rd print technology!

I was also surprised and happy to find my BLACK ROSE Collier mentioned with other incredible fashion designers.

Look at this link:

http://thirdwavefashion.com/2012/09/top-4-ways-that-3d-print ing-is-already-changing-fashion/

Keep up good "fashion" design!!

Dario

[Updated on: Sat, 08 September 2012 12:20 UTC]


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 Topic: Model pricing is in USD
Model pricing is in USD [message #53558] Mon, 03 September 2012 19:54 UTC
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Why is this?

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 Topic: SNAKE Collection
SNAKE Collection [message #53153] Sun, 26 August 2012 11:41 UTC
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The SNAKE collection is continuing to gain traction around the world.

After UK it is now appeared on an Argentinian design magazine.

index.php?t=getfile&id=19942&private=0

Waiting for the next step, thanks SHAPEWAYS to be part of this.

Dario Scapitta Design

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 Topic: Cool video
Cool video [message #53037] Thu, 23 August 2012 14:32 UTC
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Color 3D print, glowy light sticks, Dr Suessish rhymes? Yes!!

This video has them all Smile

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wJQ-rkxD4s


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 Topic: Interesting Link
Interesting Link [message #53011] Thu, 23 August 2012 03:51 UTC
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http://www.earthtechling.com/2012/08/cheap-green-and-custom- 3d-printing-in-green-building/

3d printing a house. Thought people might like to take a look at the link. Very Happy

Ray


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 Topic: 3d Printed Musical Instruments
icon10.gif  3d Printed Musical Instruments [message #52878] Mon, 20 August 2012 13:40 UTC
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I've been making an open wiki to get me and others started on 3d printing of novel musical instruments. There is an overview of 3d printing techniques, printed instruments, ideas and more. I'm an Industrial Design and Music student who is very interested in the new possibilities 3d printing holds for music. And I think there is a whole lot more to it then replicating Stradivarius or flutes!
The site is still (and always) under construction, but I'd be very interested in the opinion of 3d printing researchers and professionals!

http://3dprintedinstruments.wikidot.com

(And if you get excited by this, please feel free to contribute to the wiki!)
 Topic: The Variable Cross
The Variable Cross [message #52758] Fri, 17 August 2012 13:38 UTC
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Hi everyone.

I'd like to share my latest exeriment with you. It's called the Variable Cross.

It's a webpage where you can customise your own pendant, which is then printed in Sterling Silver by Shapeways (of course).

http://cross.shapewright.com

index.php?t=getfile&id=19725&private=0

Please have a look and let me know what you think!

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[Updated on: Fri, 17 August 2012 13:55 UTC]

 Topic: 3D printing houses!
3D printing houses! [message #52492] Sat, 11 August 2012 15:59 UTC
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Hope no one has already posted this but it is really awesome.

http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DJdbJ P8Gxqog%26feature%3Dyoutu.be&feature=youtu.be&v=JdbJ P8Gxqog&gl=US
 Topic: White Strong Flexible max weight ?
White Strong Flexible max weight ? [message #52400] Wed, 08 August 2012 23:15 UTC
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How much weight can a 1mm thick White Strong Flexible "wire" hold (hangs) before ripping ?

I assume lenght does not matter, but if then lets say 50cm.

[Updated on: Wed, 08 August 2012 23:20 UTC]

 Topic: Video of amazing new software that can automatically turn your character model into a jointed toy!
Video of amazing new software that can automatically turn your character model into a jointed toy! [message #52280] Sat, 04 August 2012 01:57 UTC
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http://youtu.be/8jwNWOlU6yw

This new software can automatically turn your character model into a jointed toy!

Which by the way can be printed already assembled!

This has some very amazing possibilities!

Lincoln


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 Topic: Answer a question in the Quirky forums
Answer a question in the Quirky forums [message #52248] Thu, 02 August 2012 20:44 UTC
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Hey Team,

There is a question in the Quirky forums,

If any of you are both Quirky and Shapeways users and want to answer, here it is...

http://www.quirky.com/forums/topic/11303

Cheers



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 Topic: Weighing up the costs
Weighing up the costs [message #52176] Tue, 31 July 2012 23:02 UTC
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Hey folks,
I'm currently looking into getting myself a 3d printer. I'm going into my final year of my Bachelors of Architecture, and our uni doesn't have one. In fact, it doesn't have any sort of 3d machines like CNCs, or laser cutters etc etc. As a side hobby, I customise guitars, and a 3d printer would also be invaluable there.

I'm looking to get as big a build envelope as possible, so the Reprap Mondo seems to fit the requirements, and my budget. However, before I do actually get one, I've a couple of questions. If anyone out there could help me, that would be very appreciated.

First and foremost, realistically, how difficult is this whole project to get set up and get printing? I typically work in Sketchup and/or Rhino, but I've no experience with a 3d printer.

Secondly, fillaments seem to be pretty cheap. From my research, am I correct in guessing that the consumables for 3d printers are cheaper than, for example, a normal ink/laser printer?

Finally, my first semester of my last year is 90% based on a written thesis. As a little side job, I was toying with the idea of printing models for people in other years of my course and charging them. Is this a plausable idea?

Cheers folks,
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 Topic: Video of a talk I gave: "Sculptures in S^3"
Video of a talk I gave: "Sculptures in S^3" [message #52002] Fri, 27 July 2012 20:23 UTC
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Here is a YouTube video of my talk at the Bridges conference on mathematics and the arts, "Sculptures in S^3". I talk about the mathematics behind some of my sculptures, and the challenges (and advantages) in creating the objects using 3D printing.

The slides are a bit difficult to read on the video, but you can download them here.
 Topic: Argentium Silver
Argentium Silver [message #51976] Fri, 27 July 2012 11:13 UTC
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I would love to see Shapeways explore the possibility of using Argentium Silver to replace the existing sterling silver material. This is .935 pure as opposed to .925, and it replaces some of the copper with a metalloid germanium. So, while it is still technically sterling silver the one great aspect is that it is extremely tarnish resistant.

I don't know too much about the cost other than Argentium silver jewellery is generally a bit more expensive.

Glenn


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 Topic: I like the new SW
I like the new SW [message #51800] Tue, 24 July 2012 22:15 UTC
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I like, no, make that LOVE the new options for looking through my models. It is so much easier to find stuff. Being able to pick from different things like weather or not the object is for sale makes quick work of me finding which one of my objects I am looking for.

Thanks for the update!

Lincoln


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 Topic: SNAKE Ring spotted on Onoffice magazine.
SNAKE Ring spotted on Onoffice magazine. [message #51733] Tue, 24 July 2012 06:52 UTC
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Hi guys,
the SNAKE ring is showed out again, after his appearance on Icon magazine, this week is also spotted on Onoffice magazine and website.

Thanks SHAPEWAYS, as a part of this success!


http://www.onofficemagazine.com/products/item/1695-the-snake -ring-dario-scapitta-design_august12


Dario

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 Topic: shapeways.com labs page
icon1.gif  shapeways.com labs page [message #51670] Sun, 22 July 2012 09:39 UTC
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On this page:
http://www.shapeways.com/labs#shop-embed
I want to be possible modify the width of the product box, without hack the code every time I use this lab event.


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 Topic: Favorite Functional Prints?
Favorite Functional Prints? [message #51500] Tue, 17 July 2012 21:34 UTC
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Do you guys have a favorite "functional" printed object? I'm probably torn between Ovidiu's "Dad's Beer Ring", or Virtox's "Gyro The Cube".

What's your favorite?
 Topic: FaceBook
icon14.gif  FaceBook [message #51328] Sat, 14 July 2012 17:15 UTC
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If you like 3D Printing @ Shapeways as much as we do Shocked please Like & Share the Gnter Art & Design FB-Page :

www.facebook.com/gunterartdesign

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 Topic: sigh...
sigh... [message #51211] Thu, 12 July 2012 05:21 UTC
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 Topic: Vacuum Forming - Best Material for mold?
Vacuum Forming - Best Material for mold? [message #51206] Thu, 12 July 2012 02:08 UTC
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Gidday,

What is the best material to make a mold for vacuum forming from?

Also it would be nice to have a material that could be sanded fairly easily so a good finish can be achieved.

Has anyone had any experience with vacuum forming from a shapeways mold?

thanks very much
Mike
 Topic: Fancy Tripod Quick Release Plate
Fancy Tripod Quick Release Plate [message #50857] Thu, 05 July 2012 14:49 UTC
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 Topic: Crossing The East River on The New Roosevelt Island Tram
Crossing The East River on The New Roosevelt Island Tram [message #50856] Thu, 05 July 2012 14:42 UTC
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 Topic: Enameling
Enameling [message #50608] Fri, 29 June 2012 17:22 UTC
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I've been experimenting with cooking and cooked with a prototype design at the last meetup. I'm wondering if having a food grade enamel layer over metal might be a good option to explore?

I've heated various oils up to 300 and water to 200 in ceramic with a tea light. I'm curious what temperatures I can get with enameled metal.

Le Cruset has been doing this for 80+ years and I could envision coloring the enamel as shapeways does with sandstone to make wondrous cookware and drinkware.

From what I've read the enamel needs to bond to metal in some way then be fired to around 1400F. I'm no expert on the process, but I think kilns are already being used to make ceramic.


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 Topic: SPRINGBALL
SPRINGBALL [message #50589] Fri, 29 June 2012 13:16 UTC
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SPRINGBALL movie
http://youtu.be/DsuVj4UfEjE

This is just a test for the introduction; sound and more footage will be added in the final version to be released soon.

Featuring the octogenarian John Predescu, The Dean of Romanian Video-Reporters in The Entire World; as seen in the successful DAD'S BEER RING movie:
http://youtu.be/2-DGIR06MJ0
http://shpws.me/7dbV

Any comments welcome!

Thanks,

[Updated on: Mon, 02 July 2012 22:36 UTC]


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 Topic: Max Payne - pendant
Max Payne - pendant [message #50320] Mon, 25 June 2012 04:24 UTC
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Hey Hard core Max Payne fans like myself, check out my new model of Max Payne pendant http://www.shapeways.com/model/613450/max-payne-pendant.html[img]index.php?index.php?t=getfile&id=17907&private=0index.php?t=getfile&id=17908&private=0

[Updated on: Mon, 25 June 2012 14:29 UTC]


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