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3D Printed Moulds for injection moulding

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Mathias matti123

3D Printed Moulds for injection moulding

17/02/2020 at 09:37

Hi, has anyone here tried out injection moulding with 3d printed moulds?

Kind ragards Mathias

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05/03/2020 at 15:30
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I’ve done it. I used my anycubic photon resin printer with a high temperature resin for the mould. They were very small parts about the size of a large coin. I haven’t used it long term but it worked very well when I did use it. I didn’t have mould release so I used a cooking spray on the mould. The resin is rated for 200 degrees C. I was injecting PETG at 290 degrees with no issue. Like I said, long term, this probably isn’t ideal but good for a few quick tests before getting a proper mould.

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