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'White strong & flexible' vs 'White strong & flexible polished' [message #58283] Sun, 09 December 2012 17:54 UTC Go to next message
avatar siccoyote  is currently offline siccoyote
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Registered: November 2012
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I am making a model where the size of some parts of it is vital to the nearest mm.

I have bought a sandstone version and a White strong & Flexible version.

I noticed the sandstone one seems to be slightly larger than the WSF version.

Would a WSF Polished version be slightly smaller still?
Re: 'White strong & flexible' vs 'White strong & flexible polished' [message #58287 is a reply to message #58283 ] Sun, 09 December 2012 20:56 UTC Go to previous message
avatar stop4stuff  is currently offline stop4stuff
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How long is a piece of string?

Shapeways materials do have a certain amount of tolerance. If your model measurements are outside the tolerance for the material contact Shapeways Customer Services, service@shapeways.com, who'll be able to help you out.

The difference between WSF & polished WSF is the ceramic beads that do the polishing. The beads will only reach the places they'll reach and the places they reach end up so lovely & smooth, however that's probably not helpful to you just now.

FUD works to the nearest 0.033mm from my experience.

Paul



 
   
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