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Bvicarious tests Shapeways' White, Strong & Flexible


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Mmmmmh. Wonder if this could be the next Shapeways Creator product :

Customized Super Designed MegaStrongxible InvinciBusiness Card.
With cards with different shape or cutouts...

Limitation :
You better not be named Subrahmanyanbhagwat Guthapraneeshchandrasekar...

#1 aws357 on 2008-10-30 12:27 (Reply)
#1.1 Joris Peels on 2008-10-30 12:37 (Reply)
What is the thickness of that component he is exercising?
#2 Xcapee on 2008-11-04 08:11 (Reply)
The thickest part is about 1mm. The edges are no thicker than 0.5mm
#2.1 bvicarious on 2008-11-04 16:58 (Reply)
I don't know actually. You'll have to ask Bryan.

#3 Joris Peels on 2008-11-04 13:10 (Reply)

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