Presto Part Finisher

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Presto Part Finisher

Postby wd5gnr » 2013-Feb-Fri-10-Feb

I am not sure I am foolhardy enough to try this:

http://solidoodletips.wordpress.com/201 ... -finisher/
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Re: Presto Part Finisher

Postby eckerput » 2013-Feb-Fri-13-Feb

I ran into this one too while I was looking for ways to smooth a print...

http://www.soliforum.com/topic/448/diy-smoothing-station-ii/
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Re: Presto Part Finisher

Postby Gleedaniel13 » 2013-Nov-Wed-09-Nov

We will just take a look at these two websites you have shown here. Maybe it will be worthy for our idea to be shared here.
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Re: Presto Part Finisher

Postby mikemwa53 » 2013-Nov-Wed-10-Nov

Earlier this summer I tried the acetone vapor bath on some parts. All I did was put maybe 1/4 inch of acetone in the bottom of a 1 quart mason jar, suspended my part in the middle of the jar, covered the top of the jar with some aluminum foil and waited I think about 10-12 minutes. Parts came out better than I expected and I didn't use any heat.
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