I have a acquaintance that is asking for prints in Stainless Steel. I received an email from Matterhackers announcing this new filament offering. I've already ordered a spool so this may be a little late, but does anyone have any experience or suggestions for sintering filaments?
If there is any interest, I'll post my results and experiences in this thread.
So I've seen a lot online about how PLA will eventually absorb enough moisture to cause issues in your printer, especially if you don't store it in some kind of sealed container. The way people talk about it you'd think that the PLA would go bad after even a week of sitting out. But I've owned some PLA for well over a month now and it still seems to print fine.
I'm really interested to know how long my PLA will last without it being in some kind of sealed container. Most of the solutions I've seen online are either fairly expensive or more DIY time than I really want to put in.
And as a further note - it's crazy to me that next to no companies sell spools with less than 1kg but more than 10ft of filament, for some that can expire so fast if you don't use it. I want to be able to buy like 10m of a color for a particular project and use it immediately. Not 1kg, use a small percentage and hope I get to use it more before the rest goes bad, or have to somehow come up with the storage space for lots of sealed spools in various colors.
I was curious if anyone knew of any ways to recycle old filament or scrap pieces? I have seen filabot but I thought I heard of a site that took old filament and made it into a new reel.
None the less I am just curious if there is anyway to reuse scrap material again
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