BMO "Magic Flight Launch Box"

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BMO "Magic Flight Launch Box" by itswheresfluffy Apr 29, 2014
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The base and lid for a "Magic Flight Launch Box" style vaporizer stylized with BMO from adventure time. Requires you buy copper/steel wire, wire mesh, and batteries to operate. I would also suggest having it printed by shapeways as they can 3D print in ceramic, which will have a 500 degree celsius heat tolerance. Shapeways cannot print the lid in ceramic however, so you'd just have to print it elsewhere.

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NEVER use this for its intended purpose.

No aluminum foil "screen", it will not end well.

PLA is not suitable for 350~410F.

cute model though.

Wouldn't this be dangerous to use?

I was thinking you'd want to line the trench with foil, and you'd want to use PLA for its high melting temp. But you're right, I don't know how it would deform/fail during operation. From what I understand, you're not supposed to heat the mesh for an extended period of time, so I figured it wouldn't melt the plastic during use.