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  1. Surface texture is difficult to study without...

    Surface texture is difficult to study without precisely controlled digital micro-photography equipment (I know I did this many years ago!).

    Similarly assessing such a subjective matter as "print...
  2. Hi Alev, How about designing, building and...

    Hi Alev,

    How about designing, building and using a 3d printed stress/strain analysis system.

    Using it to produce a systematic analysis of the relationships between the anisotropic strength and...
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    Th Aardvark is right some filaments cause much...

    Th Aardvark is right some filaments cause much less irritation, We have a small print farm (of 15 printers) in a portacabin, since changing to ColorFabb Economy PL (which we did a long time ago!), we...
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    The applicable law is "Caveat emptor" - "Let the...

    The applicable law is "Caveat emptor" - "Let the buyer beware"; in other words, as it's bought from a Chinese company working from China (even though usually purchased through a 3rd party agent)...
  5. Wow! that's an amazingly complex process, if it...

    Wow! that's an amazingly complex process, if it works for you all well and good.

    We have 15 Anycubic Mega printers, so we can't justify that rigmarole, I do all the Z clearance adjustments...
  6. The first thing to try for problems of the 1st...

    The first thing to try for problems of the 1st layer not sticking is to clean the bed with isopropanol (propan-2-ol)
    Iif that doesn't work, clean it with detergent (rinse very thoroughly but make...
  7. Thread: PET - not pet-g

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    PETG (as the end product) doesn't actually...

    PETG (as the end product) doesn't actually contain glycol, the G indicates that it's manufactured using a modified glycol mixture. All the glycol is used in the reaction that forms the polymer,...
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    What printer? What filament? What settings?

    What printer?
    What filament?
    What settings?
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    I have a similar solution: the PETlock -...

    I have a similar solution: the PETlock - printable in PET, ABS or Nylon:
    https://www.myminifactory.com/object/3d-print-142792

    Easier to assemble: no hammer needed, just an M3 screw to form the...
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