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TOPIC: Printing a flexible material?
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Printing a flexible material? 9 Years, 3 Months ago message Karma: 0
I'm looking to create a custom wine stopper, and I'd like to use a "rubbery" material so that I could squeeze the stopper in with a tight fit. Does kraftwurx offer a rubber like flexible material so I could do this?
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Re:Printing a flexible material? 9 Years, 3 Months ago message Karma: 5
Kraftwurx offers a silicon material that you could use for this. Worst case scenario, you could just get the dimensions right for your piece.
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Re:Printing a flexible material? 9 Years, 3 Months ago message Karma: 0
That'd be a cool idea, maybe make a really custom bottle holder to go with it
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Re:Printing a flexible material? 9 Years, 3 Months ago message Karma: 0
Yeah that would be pretty interesting
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Re:Printing a flexible material? 9 Years, 3 Months ago message Karma: -1
There are several 3D printing materials that are considered rubber-like or silicon-like. They are produced on an Objet printer. Please see the materials library for more details.
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Re:Printing a flexible material? 9 Years, 3 Months ago message Karma: 0
The materials library here doesn't seem to offer enough explanations for people who don't come from a manufacturing background. I see numbers (hardness, melting point), but I can't imagine if that means the material is like rubber, silicon, ceramic, plastics, etc. It would be helpful to compare the materials to something commonplace. Is there anything that has the consistency of a rubber pencil eraser?
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