2200 spoons in production, project has come full circle made possible by
learning how to make 3D prints with the help offered here, on this board.
Thanks all for your advice!
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Gizmo Dorks has polypro and it's listed on Amazon. Here's info off their website: Polypropylene Filament Polypropylene (PP) filament is a new semi crystalline thermoplastic used in Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF). PP filament has a high level of flexibility. Printing temperature for Polypropylene f...
- Tue Jan 13, 2015 4:34 am
- Forum: Getting Started
- Topic: Cracked the borosilicate trying to remove pla print...
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Put it in the freezer for a while, prints come off easy then.
- Thu Dec 25, 2014 5:58 am
- Forum: Printed Object Showcase
- Topic: Patent Pending
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2 injection molds, 2 cavities for each size, both were pushing 20k. These are the least costly molds I've had made to date. These are not large molds, handling a spoon 4.65 inches and other is around 3.85 inches. Figure to shift to a full patent within the year, big difference in cost is why I didn'...