Monday, March 25, 2013

3d print acetone fuming





I tested out acetone fuming last night on some sample pieces.





4 comments:

Have Blue said...

Definitely nice and glossy! Have you noticed any dimensional changes? How is the strength improvement? How long did you fume the part for?

Frankie Flood said...

yes, this wouldn't be good for dimensional parts unless there is a way to control it. It really doesn't change strength because the fuming only effects a thin outside layer. this was fumed for less than a minute, but the heat of the acetone my require less or more time depending on how the acetone is turning to vapor in the container.

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