• By Christopher LoBello
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Christopher LoBello saw a Hackaday┬ápost on smoothing out the rough edges on 3D prints with acetone vapor and decided to replicate the experiment for himself. For such a low-tech technique, the results were good. Check out Christopher’s blog at trenchPhysics.



Posted by: Christopher LoBello | Monday March 11th, 2013 1:47 PM

Bio: I have worked with 3D printing since 2009. I enjoy designing and building things that have never existed before.

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