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Check out 3D Racing Solutions for a wide variety of 3D Printed Car Parts, example shown below. We accept custom orders too so be sure to check us out. 

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We have not only worked on many cool/iconic cars, but we are trusted and backed by many companies, workshops and even individuals. So you are guaranteed to be provided with the best service.

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20 hours ago, Blaksher said:

Yeah, I have to agree that 3-D printing has allowed me to get a lot of my car parts for much cheaper prices. If you have an Alfa Romeo car then you don't even know how expensive it can be to get some tiny simple parts. 

Now to answer your question about framing pictures, I have found some cool online companies like 

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. These guys were able to do a custom picture frame for my daughter's baby picture. It looked very beautiful and I gave it to her as a gift for her fourth birthday.

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