Fusing ABS 3d printed parts together by using ABS slurry

The total length of this wing is 560mm. This was printed in 3 pieces to match with the printers height. Initially, these pieces were joined by using Fevikwik. Now, prepare ABS slurry. It is the combination of ABS+Acetone. Cut small pieces of same 3d printed ABS. Add some acetone into that. Within 5-7 minutes, ABS will start melting. By using any small metal stick stir the contents for 3-4 minutes. It will become a paste. (Photo is missed). Carefully…

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Practical use of co-polyester filaments

[siteorigin_widget class=”SiteOrigin_Widget_Headline_Widget”][/siteorigin_widget] It is an annoyance that every household encounters: some part like a laundry dryer breaks. Normally what happens next: you call the service guy, they take their good time to come over, try to fix the problem, have to order in a spare part, etc. etc. But don’t stuck in the 20th century mechanics of everyday life. Let’s get disruptive. Let’s design the part ourselves, print it and replace it. First, of course, you…

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