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    Thanks this comes in handy

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    Quite interesting! I love the idea.

  3. #13
    Have parts for a 3d printer printed somewhere and assemble it yourself. You'll need some basic knowledge for firmware. Other than that you can make it for under 200$. But it is time consuming.

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    I don't think I will read a good article here, but when I finish reading your article I know I was wrong, thank you! maps driving directions

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    Thank you from me! This is really cool information, looking for it.

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