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Re: 3D Printers at NIWeek 2012

Thank you National Instruments for partnering with Airwolf 3D on this LabVIEW demo!  We had a great time attending the conference, meeting new people, and talking about our 3D printers.

Now that you have seen our amazing LabVIEW-powered 3D printers in action, you may be interested to know that we are offering a $50 discount to NIWeek attendees and NI employees. To take advantage of this promotion, please enter the promo code "NIWEEK" at check out. This offer will end on August 27th. 

Here is a link to a video of our 3D printer on EngineeringTV.  http://www.engineeringtv.com/video/3D-Additive-Manufacturing-at-Ai;NI-Week-2012

To read more about our product: http://airwolf3d.com/store/products/fully-assembled-and-calibrated-3d-printer/

Thank you for having us in Austin!

NI Week 3D Printer.jpg

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