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jithurbide

finition des pièces XT

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Bonjour à tous,

Voilà j'ai fait quelques pièces en XT à 100%. Elles sont vraiment bien mais j'aimerai beaucoup qu'elles soient complètement lisse. J'ai déjà fait un lissage avec une dremel. J'aimerai maintenant les polir. En fait, la pièces est une grille pour un évier. Il faut donc vraiment qu'elle soit lisse sinon ....

Auriez-vous une suggestion mise à part bien entendu le papier de verre.

Julien

 

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on peut traiter des objets a l'acétone avec juste un récipient et un couvercle. Mais cette boite a l'aire bien pratique et le prix est abordable.

Par contre "MagicBox: Mass finishing for ABS and PLA prints on your desktop." je ne vois pas comment ils font pour le PLA, a mon avis ils se trompent.

 

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