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    polymer experiments to try

    Commonly pla and abs

    Pla is poly lactic acid

    It is similar to PLGA
    ( Poly Lactic glycol acid )

    In the chemical structure here is
    The
    difference
    First is is the hydrogen oxide
    Then is the (PLA )part
    The part ,^1 is the Glyconic acid double bonded as a oxygen (oxide) then ^1 bonded to a hydrogen
    So you could write it as
    Co (Hydrogenoxidous poly lactic ) dioxide Glyconic hydrogen meth
    (Meth = single ^)

    You can try this at home with
    Glycerine
    Vinegar
    Lactose

    First mix the lactose with vinegar forming

    Lactose acetate
    + Glyconic acetate which can be made with glcyerine and vinegar
    = the raw base of the material

    Then heat up and blend then you need to cast it for about a day or two
    Then after that you can slice it into pellets like strips within the dimensional axises
    Then you will need a recycle bot but make sure you make it extrude into a coiling landing

    From there you can use you got filament

    then from there there is a rep rap heater from there
    Its just like. Standard tessellation language
    (STL) slicing one layer by layer
    Each layer is axis x ( L & axis y (width )
    Think of it like how mine craft on graphing paper from there on its a matter of coordination and stringent z axis ( height )


    Length x width = area(^2)
    X height = volume (^3)

    Heres an example of a demensional chart

    ^1 =1/^1( linear)
    ^2 = 2 /^1 (linear)
    ^3 = 6/ ^1 ( linear)= 3^2( area)ppm
    ^4= 25 ^1 ( linear) =5^2 (sq) = 3.125^3 (volume)
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    None of the information listed, explains how a 3D pens work.

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