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Weather resistance of Bronzefill

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Probably like other PLA? Maybe a little bit longer if the bronzefill would be less transparent to UV light than plain light coloured PLA? So, expect it to get a bit duller, harder, and brittle in a year time. But it shouldn't crumble apart (or maybe after several years?). The worst might be the heat: the models could deform severely in summer, especially if it is a summer like we have this year in Europe, really nice and warm.


I would suggest that you just try it, and give feedback. This would be a very interesting experiment.


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