Aluminum Deathstar

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Aluminum Deathstar by matt_johnson63 Nov 22, 2012
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designed, printed, and cast in Al all within ~3.5 hours!


This was scaled to 50%.

Lytro picture here: https://pictures.lytro.com/racecar73/pictures/451171

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Hi. What temperature did you use to do the burn out? When we tried it last time, we did not get it hot enough and ended up having nasty black stuff on the outside of the piece.

i burn out at 1100 to 1400F in a vented kiln. you want to have the side down where the ash can accumulate and not be a issue for best surface detail.

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