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icon6.gif  Making parts STRONGER [message #54992] Sat, 06 October 2012 23:12 UTC Go to next message
avatar creativegenius  is currently offline creativegenius
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I'm wondering if it is possible to post-process these models to make them stronger and stiffer. The "White, Strong and Felxible" material comes out porous, so it's easy to infuse in a fluid using a vacuum pump. I tried Polyurethane and it went inside pretty well, however it didn't make the part any stronger or stiffer as far as I can tell. Confused

Has anyone tried epoxy resins or anything else that works well?
Re: Making parts STRONGER [message #54995 is a reply to message #54992 ] Sun, 07 October 2012 01:51 UTC Go to previous message
avatar stannum is currently online stannum
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How thick were the test parts? What kind of PUR was it? Checked Alumide vs WSF?

 
   
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