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    Plead see this post about NANODAX's glass wool filled PP filament. "Z-Temp Forum"
    Maybe this new material is suitable for your requirement.

    My profile says I am a student. But I am an old man.
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    lol - nah they definitely edited their post after I read it.
    Everyone knows I'm completely infallible ;-)

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    Ohh, my mistake then CA.

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    lol - well if you will be so pedantic :-)

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    I enjoy accuracy.

    If that means I am wrong and need to be corrected, even better.

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    lol - I even quoted the guy above my reply.

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    You can use PLA Filaments. PLA Filaments are strong, rigid and it is easy to work with in complicated interlocking assemblies and pin-joints. We have PLA Filaments in Australia.

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