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  • AndrewUlleAndrewUlle Cleveland, OH✭✭✭ Cigano GJ-15
    Posts: 541

    I never used it regularly, I just kept it as a curiosity. TBH, I rarely use any pick LOL.

    billyshakes
  • edited April 2023 Posts: 6

    How does the filament hold up? Or is that from a resin printer?

  • AndrewUlleAndrewUlle Cleveland, OH✭✭✭ Cigano GJ-15
    Posts: 541

    It hasn’t changed since my son printed it at school 4 years ago - feels like hard plastic.

  • billyshakesbillyshakes NoVA✭✭✭ Park Avance - Dupont Nomade - Dupont DM-50E
    Posts: 1,344

    I know you said you never used it regularly, so maybe that contributes to why it hasn't changed? But I'm almost curious since it is a hard plastic if it would be long-term durable? I'd guess if it is too hard, it might actually have a clicky sound similar to a big Wegen? I must confess I don't know much about 3D printers so wouldn't know what different materials are available to produce it. I did hear that they have begun 3D printing some metal aviation parts (in metal!) Apparently, they are actually more reliable since there are no forging defects. It is just the pure metal matrix laid down in the process.

    Now, if only someone had an "old jewelry box made of tortoise shell" they could melt down to use as a base for my molded Django pick! ;-)

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