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Molds, 3D printers, Aluminum casting

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Butte Metz btmetz

Molds, 3D printers, Aluminum casting

02/02/2018 at 02:13

Using a 3D printer, and this investment casting technique, you can make your own molds.

You can find Jewlery furnaces around $300-$400USD

They look like this

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hero
04/02/2018 at 01:18
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Hello @btmetz
Indeed, making your own aluminium moulds with lost wax casting is one of the best and cheapest methods. You can find more information about it and real life experiences in the Mould Design Community topic.

Regards

dedicated
05/03/2018 at 12:58
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I love the idea. One can make a mini foundry to cut off the costs of a professional furnance.
If only I had a 3D printer 🙂

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