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Measuring Open Source Hardware 3D-Printed Material Strength

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Aeroengineer   3/12/2014 9:56:17 PM
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One of the things that will result from this is that the interlaminar properties will vary significantly based upon manufacturing process as well as external temperature during the build.  It may even change in the same part.  If I had to guess, I would say that fused deposition will most likely have the worst properties.

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