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textures and physical Format
Hi Glen,
Interesting concept , I think I can help you narrow down the options, but first I need to know why you choose polyethylene!
1-you can replicate the sand wave pattern using other systems such as the SLA machines which has excellent finish, and high cost!… But there are many online 3d printing services that will give you great results and help you with your 3d file.
2-If you’re devolving a rapid manufacturing business model, then you should consider building your own machine and tailor it to your specific needs, it’s very doable.
3-If you like to join forces, (I am trying to develop my own 3d printer ,but so far I haven’t found any entity that builds custom 3d printers, I need to find a company or a team that could achieve these goals) and my choice of material is polyethylene.
I hope you find this helpful and don’t hesitate to contact me to take this discussion further.

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textures and physical Format - by Glen - 03-12-2014, 03:46 PM
RE: textures and physical Format - by Glen - 03-13-2014, 02:47 PM
RE: textures and physical Format - by yousef - 03-14-2014, 11:09 AM

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