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    Default FREE AutoCAD Blocks/Models

    Hello Everyone:

    If anyone has the need for general household 3D Blocks or Commercial Laboratory Furniture 3D Blocks, please visit my website at www.chrispicciano.com/3dmodels.htm for some FREEBIES.

    Thank you.........

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    the site won't load for me... spam? i don't know but welcome aboard!
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    Loaded fine for me. Sometimes (for reasons unbeknownst to me), the DNS information might not translate properly.

    Try the IP Address of:

    http://64.71.56.136

    and then click on the "3D Models" page.

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    ahh, very cool website.
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    Well, thank you kindly.

    It's always nice to get a compliment for my hard work.

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    Good work aaaaaaaaaaaaand thanks!

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    Nice job. Tell us, why the interest in laboratory furniture? Do you design labs for a living?
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    Eat brains...gain more knowledge! N-E-S-T-L-E-'S, Nestle's makes the very best......chocolate.

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    Registered forum members do not see this ad.

    I don't design labs, but I do develop shop drawings for companies that sell laboratory and educational furniture.

    Might as well create models for something I know.

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