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Material density? [message #18380] Sun, 26 September 2010 18:46 UTC Go to next message
avatar rstarkov  is currently offline rstarkov
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I may not be looking in the right place, but I can't seem to find much info on the density of your materials.

The datasheet on White, Strong and Flexible mentions 0.93 g/cm^3, but that's the only number I could find.

Do you have the numbers for the other materials?
Re: Material density? [message #19645 is a reply to message #18380 ] Tue, 26 October 2010 10:02 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
avatar Hanne91  is currently offline Hanne91
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I would really like to know the density too. Does any of the materials sink in water?
Where did you find the number for WSF?
Re: Material density? [message #19646 is a reply to message #19645 ] Tue, 26 October 2010 10:25 UTC Go to previous message
avatar rstarkov  is currently offline rstarkov
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The density of WSF is mentioned in the product datasheet located at http://www.shapeways.com/topics/udesign/materials/white_stro ng_flexible/pa2200_material_data_sheet_12_08_en__.pdf - which is linked from http://www.shapeways.com/materials/white_strong_flexible (search for "material datasheet").

I can confirm that WSF parts float in water.

I'd still love to know the densities of the other materials after manufacturing.

 
   
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