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Nice job !

Can you tell us more about the casing ? PMMA has proven to show hairline cracks over time.

Is this PMMA ? How long have you been running it ? Any stress markings in the material around the tension points ? How much does the total build weigh ?

This puppy is srcreaming for more LED's :-)

We'd love to receive more pics for our fablab ( we'll display custom UM's in our 3D printing section ) ->

UM {at} fablab013.nl

 

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Nice job !

Can you tell us more about the casing ? PMMA has proven to show hairline cracks over time.

Is this PMMA ? How long have you been running it ? Any stress markings in the material around the tension points ? How much does the total build weigh ?

This puppy is srcreaming for more LED's :smile:

We'd love to receive more pics for our fablab ( we'll display custom UM's in our 3D printing section ) ->

UM {at} fablab013.nl

 

Acrylic, coupled with the effect of painting.

running it 300 hours or more, build weigh 10KG ~ 15KG;

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