Exelente! Gracias por la recomendación.
Claro, lógicamente un molde de estrucutra mas gruesa dura más, pero no había tenido en cuenta que podría deformarse por el calor.
Muchas gracias por la ayuda. Saludos!
Thanks for your response @pporg , but I think I did not let myself be understood.
I was asking about recycled plastic products, not about involving children in the process of making them.
Hello PP Community!
I’m thinking of making toys for children with PP machines. I wanted to know how safe they are, or can it be toxic?
The toys would be designed for children from +6 years old, at that age they do not put everything in their mouths like babies, but they could do so I suppose.
So I wanted to know if there would be any risk of…[Read more]
Gracias por la respuesta @ezeturk !
Pensaba que no era necesario una chapa de tanto espesor, tenía en la cabeza que con una de 2mm bastaba.
Hay alguna razón, según tu expriencia, por la cual es mejor utilizar una de 4mm?
I am not sure if you solved the problem, but if anybody comes to this post due the Title, Dave mentioned this in another post:
I’m not sure which technique or type of plastic you use.
However the plastic that mainly sticks is HDPE, you could try to use another type like PP (quite similar). Also if you inject or press hot plastic in a cold mold i…
I have been researching on this page for a couple of weeks now and each time I am closer to know what I want to do with the information of this community.
I will make a compression machine and I have seen some different ways to use the molds:
#1. The one Dave shows in his videos: heat the oven, put the plastic in the mold and use the…[Read more]
Thanks for your reply.
Just to be clear:
– PET is not a type of PE – Got it!
– Is it safe to say that when Dave talks about PE as a preferred recycling type, he refers to HDPE (#2) and LDPE (#4)?
– PE has not a type number (#X)?
Hello to everybody!
I’m starting a Precious Plastic project and I’m excited.
I read and heard in Daves videos that one of the plastics easier to work is the Polyethylene (PE), which is supposed to be the most used plastic of all. From this, I investigated and could not find information that I think is important … or maybe not so important. I…[Read more]
Hola Carolina, que tal?
He leído que al reciclar EPS se liberan gases tóxicos. Has intentado algo para avitar que estos te afecten?
Me interesa mucho el tema del reciclaje de este material.
Hello! I am new here in the blog and have found tons of PRECIOUS INFORMATION.
I searched about anybody using PMMA in the DIY machines but didn’t find any information. Did someone do it? I have a lot of PMMA material and want to know if it could be grinded and remelted into something new.