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bri

Member Since: January 11, 2012

Country: United States

  • Since copper melts about 1085 degrees C, and another comment already indicated this unit is built for continuous heating, would it be possible to use this as the heating element with a thin solid copper filament to do 3D printing in solid copper. I have no hands on experience with 3D printers, only what i have read, so I am not sure, but it seams possible. Any thoughts?

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