Message text written by Scott Tilton
>I happen to know that the plastic I'm using to make parts has a melting
temperature of 383 degrees. I bring the powdered form of it up to over 300
degrees before the laser hits it to sinter it together, and the tiny
particles don't clump together at all at that temperature.
So there you go . . . I've got plastic parts that can withstand elevated
temperatures. Maybe not quite 400 degrees, but then again, I'd be
experimenting with samples anyway.
Which brings me back to my original question: How can I make the powder
stick to a plastic part?
Given this situation you could mix the color powder in with the nylon and
make a solid color part of your chosen color.
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