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JcDenton

Glow Marker - updated

by JcDenton Apr 7, 2017
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cool idea!!

is this the powder you wrote about? https://www.amazon.com/Glow-Ultra-Green-Powder-Ounce/dp/B00BNEX8XS

could you please put the link to the used product into your summary? this way it's way easier for us to reproduce :-)

how exactly do i have to use the powder with the epoxy? simply mix it with the glue and add it? how much do i have to use?

Yes, that is the powder. I bought it off ebay for the same price for $8 - 1/4 ounce. For this particular marker I just put about 1-2 drops of the 2 part clear epoxy 5-30 minute is fine depending on how many at a time, and add the powder really slowly stirring with a toothpick. You don't want to add too much powder or it won't pour, you only need a small amount, although the more added, the brighter the glow. I mix it right in the marker, but that might be more difficult.

1 print ?
or two parts, other suggestion maybe make room for 1 uv led and button so it can be recharged
just thinking out loud

It is one part, no glow filament, used glow powder with epoxy. As for the led, I have made a design for a usb light which uses the glow material as a light diffusing cap, then when the light is off it glows. This was for a custom printed camping lantern design though.

that stl model pic makes alot more sense now to look at thanks

still i wouldn't put that picture 1st i tend to click on things that are proven to be made
drag it across to 2nd or 3rd spot
so in main page it shows the made one as your thumb nail