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Multi-material adventures #2 - opaque & transparent

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Another interesting combination to talk about. Of course you could print things like buildings with windows or decorative parts. But more "technical" stuff like controlling the opacity of lamp shades might be even more fun. As we can stack transparent and opaque material with a vertical resolution of 0.1 mm or less, structures would become almost invisible.

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I think it is way easier to use the thickness to control the opacity. The thicker the less light passes. This is also more reliable. Altough for buildings it is a very nice idea!!! would love to see the pyramid of the Louvre. Unfortunately for this I think SandervG is too right that the layers will ruin it:(

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