Re: 3d-printed stereoscope update
1) you may find you can reduce your costs and have other material options and 3D printing methods available using a company like Protolabs or Xomety - free online quotes. Better pricing in small volumes compared to only a couple pieces at a timetoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
2) many of these materials shrink overtime or their dimensions and mechanical properties are (at least temporarily) affected by high humidity
3) protolabs also does plastic molding. An aluminum die good for up to 2,000 pieces could be around $3,000 (or more) but with low piece price costs. In quantities of 150 to 250 pieces this may be worthwhile.
On Monday, June 14, 2021, 3:37 PM, Matej Bohac <matej@...> wrote: