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Annelise made an awesome video that showcases fun things she’s done with sugru in the last few days- we can’t wait to see what our users come up with!
Yay! Love this video!!!
Is the wheel stamp printed or Sugru?
miles it looks to me like its ABS but you could create a negative image print and stamp the logo into the Sugru for a true Sugru stamp. Spray the ABS negative image with a spray(cooking spray?) to stop it from sticking while pressing it in if necessary.
Hi Annelise, great video! I especially love the idea of making custom rubber stamps!
@Miles – my understanding is that the stamp was made by pressing in makerbot printed parts into the sugru – to stop the abs sticking to the sugru just wet it with some soapy water as a release agent.
There are so many possibilities with that actually! For people to print the negative of their names / logos / designs and then make rubber stamps… but that’s just desktop. You could also make larger rubber stamps for printing patterned paper and textiles – we need a makerbot here in the sugru studio to play with!
I’m sure it’s been suggested before, but can you extrude sugru?
@AJ: I suspect not – once exposed to air it starts to harden. So, it would probably require a sealed container that would need to be pressurized in a similar fashion to the frostruders. If flexible printed objects is your thing, you could always print a mold and place the sugru inside to get the form. Alternatively, I think there are some plastics that can be extruded that will have more flex/rubber like qualities to them.
@Miles: We made the stamp by creating a negative of the shape that we wanted, then forcing sugru into the print. I don’t think any release agent was even used, but I would recommend it when making your own stamps.
Awesome video! I’ll have to pick up some sugru!
One request though: Could you (Makerbot blogging team) start posting thingiverse links to the parts and such that you use in videos and stuff? (maybe even just through the “I made one” on thingiverse, or posting a comment on the Thingiverse thing page with a link to the article?) I know there are a lot of parts, but as a designer, I always like to know when someone uses a part I created (Case in point, your wonderful addition of feet to my salt/pepper pig!)
I think all the stuff you guys (and girls) do is awesome! Just wish I’d seen this sooner
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Whistle with two tones
printed with these settings
Nozzle Diameter 0,35mm
Extrusion Width 0,40mm …