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I was testing some unstable metals that are designed to dissolve over a few days in water/oil or in a few minutes in acid. They are mostly used in oil well operations where you can drop a ball and flow fluid down with to set or shift something the ball hits against. Once done you can simply leave th...
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Good to hear!I have also been having great success, been using/testing it all week with different mixes (basically my mix is thickening/drying up i keep using it :D) . I am pleased so far :). It cleans up nice, and a light wet clean/smear over resets the entire thing without really needing to a...
Added update, I found that after I let the mix sit for a few days it made more of a syrup . I been using this consistency now with very good results. No water drop dots of sugar and more of a smooth covering when dried.
So far I have used ABS, Nylon and PLA, Also used some rubber type filament.You will have to play with the mixture, I did about 50/50 mix of sugar/hotwater (Hot water near boil, from water cooler).. Then I put it on a warmed bed applying by dipping a paper towel in the mix. For me it made about...
Needed to finish a print and was stuck at the office. I had minimal options but two sugar packs was one :-). I thought it was amusing then it worked well :-D How does the cube stick work?
Dissoluble Metal Ball Fixture.
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Glass Bed Sugar Adhesion
very nice :), I really like the additional options/config
I get random ones all the time. Same as what robertl said. With them I said they can translate the text, but link to youmagine for the source as I like to maintain control of the source files, for updates etc.