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Finally, something useful to do with a 3D Printer
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Graham / KE9H
2018-06-30 18:04:02 UTC
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Dana Whitlow
2018-06-30 20:20:34 UTC
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I wonder how much the plastic version costs?

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Tom Holmes
2018-06-30 22:08:03 UTC
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I was impressed with the plastic (oops, a chemist would insist I say polymer) spiral spring!

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I wonder how much the plastic version costs?

Dana
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Bob kb8tq
2018-06-30 23:58:12 UTC
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Hi

Looking at the printing artifacts, it appears to be a filament print. Most likely it’s been
done in ABS. It’s not shiny enough to be PETG. PLA makes pretty poor springs. Lots
of hours of printer time …..

Bob
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I was impressed with the plastic (oops, a chemist would insist I say polymer) spiral spring!
Tom Holmes, N8ZM
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