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I'd love to reverse this, have it made into a soldering iron/wood burner branding iron, and then I can just stamp it into anythng I print.
You could print a positive, make a sand-casting mould and cast aluminum into it, then mount it to your soldering iron... 8-)
"Plastic #7: This number basically means âeverything else.â Itâs a mixed bag, composed of plastics which were invented after 1987. Polycarbonate falls into this category, including the dreaded BPA. So do modern plastics used in anything from iPods to computer cases. It also includes some baby bottles and food storage containers which resist staining. Use of #7 plastic is at your own risk, since you donât know what could be in it. You should dispose of any food or drink related product, especially for children, that is known to contain BPA. I personally also view any other food or drink container made from #7 plastic with a good deal of suspicion. It is difficult to recycle #7 plastic and most curbside recycling programs wonât accept it."
This is correct but no other code for PLA is existent at this time. To give a more detailed specification of the material I added "PLA" below the symbol in order to collect it together with other PLA... perhaps a new code will be defined sometime if the usage of PLA will be spread more widely.
Very nice Sir Elk! Thanks!
As for any prospectives that feels this might/is well within their relevant interestzone, by all means see also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...