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3D Printer Battle Wounds

by DanLuc, published

3D Printer Battle Wounds by DanLuc Apr 9, 2013

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We have all seen the scrap ABS and PLA bins, and made our own. BUT! As gross as it might seem, we all collect these wounds. So here it is.

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As long as it's not "Things to make" ;-)
Im not surprised

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1. Buy 3D printer.
2. Calibrate set printer.
3. Print stuffs. Print complex stuffs.
4. Remove support material with sharpest tool available.
5. Bandages, bandages, bandages! lol
4 people added this to their "Things I Like" folder. :)
As long as it's not "Things to make" ;-)
I catch my fingers in the extruder fan nearly every day, that little bugger is -sharp-. Also have a nice little burn/pock mark on my thigh where I got too enthusiastic when melting PLA filament into a point (You know, for changing filament?) and a molten flaming blob dropped on my bare leg.

That was great fun showing off to people. -T
Oooohh Ow, I have almost the same scar, just a cm further down my thumb.
Chisel slipped trying to get a part off the platform.
I've stabbed myself a few times. Mostly it happens when I try to remove small parts of the support material with my fingernail. A small piece will get underneath mail nail and get me.
And I thought my scars were bad lol. Way to go people.
One day when we can make a RepRap powder printer the war will be won.
3D printers are mean to tools aware people. multi left-handed ones need rehab first ;-)
I usually either burn my fingers, or get plastic stuck under my finger nail digging up a raft. Yes, I have a spatula but I get excited!
I have yet to cut myself, but I have burned my hand twice trying to remove objects from the bed.
Print some protective gloves.
Actually, the printer came with a pair.
Im not surprised
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