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t800
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Post by t800 »

A little test with aceton and ABS prints

It removes the small interlayer unevenes. But bigger distortions remain.
So the objects dont get a real tight look , but more a bit molten or wet look style.
Should be cool for more organic subjects.
Also the base of the object is now fused with the ashtray i used as a platform ... lol
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gobi
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Post by gobi »

acetone is good if your model doesn't contain little details - acetone will melt the plastic to a certain degree and remove the edges so you can get a nice and shiny surface.

t800
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Post by t800 »

2 Yoda's , one had an aceton sauna one did not.
I found these hard really to print. I Had a lot of trouble with collapsing support structures using KISSlicer. After the collaps the printer continued printing the supports in thin air causing a lot of debris sticking to the yodas.
One print even failed because of it.
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Now i have to get my hands on some green glow in the dark filament :-)

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