Tidbit | Give 3D Printed Plastic A Well-Worn Metal Look

When I’m surfing the net, I often find things that pique my interest in some way — typically around any specific theme, just notable stuff to me. Here’s an excerpt of something that caught my attention. This is an automatically generated repost from another service, so if the text or formatting comes across a bit strange, that’s why (I’ll eventually clean it up).

Affordable 3D printers let us turn ideas into physical reality without a big expensive workshop, but with their power came some disadvantages. The nature of FDM printers impart layer lines and nozzle ridges in the parts they produce.
This tidbit was captured on 2021-06-05T06:30:46.000Z and at that time could be found at: https://hackaday.com/2021/06/04/give-3d-printed-plastic-a-well-worn-metal-look/