Triple (x3) your Layer Strength by Annealing 3D Prints in Plaster!

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In the past, I've already tried many different techniques to fuse 3D printing layers together by annealing or coating but never had great success. This time I embedded PLA and PETG 3D prints in plaster and then annealed them at temperatures over their melting point to see if we can fuse the layers together and how their heat resistance changes. Let's find out more!

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00:00 Introduction
01:50 Test Setup
02:50 Embedding
03:56 Drying
05:00 Promo
06:34 Plaster Removal
09:00 Mechanical Tests
12:50 Temperature Tests
13:56 Summary
14:21 Outro

DISCLAIMER: This video was sponsored by Autodesk.
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