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  1. Alien

    Printed with the right type of materials, We could make far superior CPU beds far our motherboards which would help disperse heat much more efficiently, not forgetting our GPUs also.
    I can see a whole new modding forum coming online soon, the future is sure, Exciting.

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  2. Fiddlekrazy Steve

    2:49 ??? POROUSITY OF MATERIAL ALLOWS COOLING BEFORE REACHING FINGERS! A SOLID WILL HAVE A QUICKER HEAT TRANSFER. WOULDN'T YOU THINK?

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  3. Мария Сергеевна Куликова

    News for Endurance R&D department
    Endurance have started working on 10W (10000 mW) diode laser with 445 nm wavelength. We expect laser to be able to engrave on brass, copper and being able to cut 5 mm of wood and plywood with single pass.

    We plan to improve schematic on 8W laser and make better cooling system on that.

    Endurance is planning to present 8W (8000 mW) IR diode lasers with wavelength of 808 nm. This laser will be VERY powerful and will be able to cut white and transparent materials including plastic, acrylic and even glass.

    All releases will be made in a second quarter 2018.

    For more information please visit: http://endurancelasers.com/news/

    If you have any questions, please email: [email protected]
    or text + 7916 2254302 (whatsapp, viber, telegram, wechat)
    skype: george.fomitchev
    or facebook: @george.fomitchev

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  4. ddenault2008

    so i gotta 3d print shit….. put it in a kiln overnight???????

    then mold and cast it? I am so tired of this craziness and people with their idiotic ideas……..

    this kinda shit makes me wonder who the fucking dumbies are that gave you guys money for this.

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  5. X Res

    "SENIOR" Chemical Engineer? I am 70 , retired engineer (MSCE,AE) but I never have been "senior" engineer…much less in my twenties-when I was always told:"Get more experience…!" – I did, and I learned that I should have been born later when  – for example in Budapest a police corporal may claim to be "doctor /PhD/ without anyone questioning him/her.

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  6. Micah Schweitzer

    Summary: You fire a lazer into a pool of specialized resin, the resin hit by the lazer dries into a polymer, then the completed polymer object is moved to a furnace and heat-treated to become an industrial-grade ceramic while keeping its shape. The details were published in a scientific journal mentioned at the end of the video.

    Remaining questions: What's in the resin? What will it take to mass produce it?

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  7. Rothpol X

    I have never, ever seen a metal that melts but remains goopy like that. Did they really use a fake metal sheet to demonstrate that metal melts?

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  8. Koala Job

    if that thing is strong is it able to use as a bullet protection….because there is no video of those…i might use 3D print for my bike into prototype….

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  9. MetalGearMk3

    I can see some use for this material but we also need materials(ceramics) that has a extremely high dielectric constant in the thousands.

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