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    The Strength of the Mark One

    They claim that it is 20X's stiffer than ABS and 5X's Stronger.



    Imagine all the possibilities of printing with this printer.

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    If this is as strong and stiff as they say, this makes 3D printing a lot more useful than just using plastic. So many things I've wanted to print just don't work with plastic.

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    What we really need to see is a comparison with a variety of parts. Not just "2.5D" flat parts like their race wing spacer, but 3D parts where the CF is getting chopped more frequently as the Z layers build up. I'm still very optimistic about the usefulness of this printer, even in these scenarios.

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