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Guide: Printing PEEK (PolyEther Ether Ketone) on the UM2.

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Hi All;

I got an UM2 printing PEEK well enough to complete my Masters research project.

I received great help and advice on these forums and hopefully posting the results here helps the community.

Here's a link to the system development:

https://drive.google.com/a/tcd.ie/file/d/0B5czN7u52TZnZEhUN0x4NWFtams/view

and here's a link to the whole masters:

https://drive.google.com/a/tcd.ie/file/d/0B5czN7u52TZnWE1vRlBPSFEwWGM/view

Thanks to everyone who gave me help and advice here.

I also helped set up a Rapid Prototyping lab with 5 UM2s during my final year for students to use freely; was a great success, good little printers!

Mike

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On 6/9/2016 at 11:10 AM, mchughmp said:

Hi All;

I got an UM2 printing PEEK well enough to complete my Masters research project.

I received great help and advice on these forums and hopefully posting the results here helps the community.

Here's a link to the system development:

https://drive.google.com/a/tcd.ie/file/d/0B5czN7u52TZnZEhUN0x4NWFtams/view

and here's a link to the whole masters:

https://drive.google.com/a/tcd.ie/file/d/0B5czN7u52TZnWE1vRlBPSFEwWGM/view

Thanks to everyone who gave me help and advice here.

I also helped set up a Rapid Prototyping lab with 5 UM2s during my final year for students to use freely; was a great success, good little printers!

Mike

 

mchughmp, Thank you for being so active on this platform. I am not able to access your google drive. Are these documents posted somewhere else?

 

Congratulations on your masters!

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