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Charlotte, North Carolina, United States

Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
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We wish to be your long term partner~

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The way it works:
Pay $0.99 for one quote and contact me through ebay and I will be more than happy to give you the quote. If you would like to go ahead for machining, we will send you an invoice through Paypal. After we receive your payment we will start working on your projects with the a certain deliver time you agreed with.

We do also work on high precision 3D plastic (ABS, PE, Nylon, etc) parts, and also 3D printing metal parts (Al). Please see my other posts for detail.

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