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Posted · PolySmooth? any experience?

No scratches and the parts are rock hard after a few hours.

I think you might be using the wrong isopro, 99.9% is probably too strong.

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Posted · PolySmooth? any experience?

ok, after reading in the internet about isopropanol i found out that i can mix my 99,9%

with water to get 90%.

i will do this test tommoror and in which time should it be hard again?

my parts are now 4 days after soft, that i can damage it with my finger nail

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Posted · PolySmooth? any experience?

A few hours usually. 2-3 hours maybe a bit more if its been in the polisher awhile.

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Posted · PolySmooth? any experience?

no chance, i dont handle it...

also the polymaker support, said my mist is ok, the isopropanol is the same manufacturer they advise me too....

i think the hole product is junk....

it dont work

here you see my results...

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Posted · PolySmooth? any experience?

No idea, i have made parts for customers and they were fine.

Although I am not impress by their claim you can use PVA supports, because the results were very bad.

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Posted · PolySmooth? any experience?

can you please show me a print without polyshing and after the polysher please?

a best with some more pictures, like i do with using light to see the surface sturcture

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Posted · PolySmooth? any experience?

Sure thing, i'll snap a pic next time i get a poly order.

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