One of the most enjoyable aspects of running a 3D Printer World Expo is watching a group of fortunate attendees win 3D printers of their own. Our recent Seattle show, Aug 22-23, 2014, was no different.

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Harris Kenny of Aleph Objects and LulzBot TAZ 4 winner, Cindy Catlin. Tyler Caros of Airwolf 3D and Airwolf V5.5 winner, Jason Hansen. 3D Systems Cube 3 winner Craig Rabin along with John Schneider and Jake Clark of Fargo 3D Printing.

Carol Manglona, winner of a 3D StuffMaker Creator Pro and Steve Weatherly of 3D StuffMaker USA.
SeeMeCNC Orion Delta winner Thomas Stahura and John Olafson of SeeMeCNC. Infinity 3D winner Matthew Wallace and Warren Strome of Revolution 3D printers.
Leapfrog Creatr winner David Zornes and Karl Bowman of USCutter.
Lauren Goglick, Andrew Rosa and Tristan Hinds of MakerBot with MakerBot Replicator Mini winner Brian Kenny.
Up mini winner Nathan Diehl and Roy Worthington of Octave Systems.

Terence Tam of OpenBeam USA and Alyssa Bloomfield, winner of an OpenBeam Mini Kossel Pro FSRs. 
Up mini winner Jeff Purdy and Larry Shapiro of TierTime. Cody Daig and Jake Wood of Ez3D with Phoenix winner Mark Fisbain.
Quoc Hoai Tran won a Printrbot Metal Simple, courtesy of 3D Printer World.