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Re: Ideally what new 3D printing materials would you like over the coming months? [message #38793 is a reply to message #35908 ] Fri, 18 November 2011 04:20 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
avatar volundr  is currently offline volundr
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I would love to see wax as an option, even if there is a chance of it breaking during shipping. Or selective shipping to countries where it won't melt in transit. Smile

Lacking that, I'd love to see more metal choices: bronze/brass, copper, gold, tin, etc.
Re: Ideally what new 3D printing materials would you like over the coming months? [message #38794 is a reply to message #7903 ] Fri, 18 November 2011 04:24 UTC Go to previous messageGo to next message
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High Detail Wax for Lost Wax Casting (maybe even with the option to LEAVE THE SPRUE ON!) and Leadless Pewter.
Re: Ideally what new 3D printing materials would you like over the coming months? [message #38795 is a reply to message #38793 ] Fri, 18 November 2011 04:26 UTC Go to previous message
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baldr wrote on Fri, 18 November 2011 04:20

Lacking that, I'd love to see more metal choices: bronze/brass, copper, gold, tin, etc.


Cool This is what would really see 3d designs. I would love to get the most amazing cylinder assemblies cast in bronze.

(Stay tuned for my 3D printed steam engine in stainless)


Reece James
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