3D Printing and Friction Welding: Attaching 3D Printed Parts with Heat
I’ve seen some videos on this, and I wanted to give it a try myself. Friction welding is using heat generated by friction to weld parts together. Filament in a rotary tool spins fast enough to create enough heat to melt plastics together. It’s really cool, and you should try it if you can!
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