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How I can turn PET plastic into PETG?

With a friend, we managed to successfully make ABS filament and print with it (even though we sold a couple of spools) now we want to turn our attention to PET. The problem is that it's really hard to ...
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Material to use inside ultrasonic cleaner

I am trying to create a couple of holders for my ultrasonic cleaners. They are supposed to be used for parts that don't fit in the holder that came with the cleaners. I was wondering what material is ...
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Printing material for methanol tank

I am trying to print a tank to be used with my RC engine. The material that I have to use needs to have the following properties: It needs to be possible to seal the final print so that it is not ...
Yanick Salzmann's user avatar
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Aggressive resin solvent

For the purpose of cleaning, I need an aggressive solvent for cured or partially cured resin that will degrade resin down to its liquid state. I'm looking for one that would eat out specifically resin ...
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How does acetone "rejuvenate" PEI?

The Prusa3d knowledge base mentions that acetone will "rejuvenate" PEI in addition to cleaning oil and grease from the surface. About once a week, or when prints stop sticking, use ACETONE to clean ...
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