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Best cleaning methods [message #62141] Fri, 15 February 2013 20:33 UTC Go to next message
avatar cthagerthy  is currently offline cthagerthy
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Hello,

I've just received a moderately detailed model printed in frosted detail and it still has a bit of clinging unbonded plastic. I've blown off what i can with a canned air, but some remains, can i get this material wet? Will is cause any damage or warpage? any other ideas?

Thanks for any help!

-Chris
Re: Best cleaning methods [message #62143 is a reply to message #62141 ] Fri, 15 February 2013 20:40 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Here's a whole thread on cleaning methods.


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Re: Best cleaning methods [message #62150 is a reply to message #62143 ] Fri, 15 February 2013 22:44 UTC Go to previous message
avatar cthagerthy  is currently offline cthagerthy
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thanks a lot! I searched for cleaning methods but came up with a lot of unrelated threads, i knew someone must have had this discussion already!

Thanks for the quick response!

-Chris

 
   
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