Powdery evolution:  http://diy3dprinting.blogspot.com/2014/08/plan-b-open-source-3dp-powder-based-3d.html

Powdery evolution: http://diy3dprinting.blogspot.com/2014/08/plan-b-open-source-3dp-powder-based-3d.html

Powder base is awesome!

watching with intrest

My experience with powder printers is that the accuracy is not good for small things but tolerable for very large parts.

My experience is somewhat different…accuracy isn’t the problem. Post production can often harm smaller parts but with the right talent you can produce successfully. … what powder printer were you using?

3D Systems, I think. sorry I can’t remember exactly.

What I wondering is the “strength” of the parts compared to the plastic parts we print now? Will it depend on what you “seal” it with?

Imagine a print made of chalk…then sealed with CA…(super glue) or an epoxy… still pretty fragile… not for little hands