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Who can print me an object of d=27cm, h=14cm for little cash?

Different as the Creatr HS, my personal 3D printers´ bed is too small to print one object, which I urgently need for my private project. Is there anyone out there, who could help me?  
The object is in principle cylindrical as shown at the attached image. I kept the slope of the walls mainly >45 degree. However, there will be a need for some PVA and it should be printed as one piece. 

It goes w/o saying that I am covering material and efforts in a "non-bureaucratic" manner (100+€?). I´d be very happy, if someone would be willed to help. Please contact me at mw @markuswolf.de. 

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Hi Markus


I can print 300 x 260 x 200 on my dual Creatr could go to 270 on the X however I like 5mm at each end for clearance.


Somone else may have a single extruder which could do it, vacuum cleaner or bottle?


Cheers

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