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Just made my first print with colorfabb copper filament.

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Awesome quality. But you will not use that as a real engine part or?

I saw on youtube a video a guy builded brushless motor case and he tried to run it. After hundred of rpm it was cracking really dangerous. At 3:14


oh s...!! he should wear a full face helmet when testing things like that.

Well the house seems very thin, so I guess he could expect that result.

No I will not use it in an engine :-) just as key hanger.

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