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This is a literature review for a study on the chemical resistance of 3D printable polymers. This literature review is initially targeted at liquid chemiclas which can "attack" 3D printed polymers. In the future gas and plasma attack can be studiet but for now it is out of the scope of this lit review.
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This is a literature review for a study on the chemical resistance of 3D printable polymers. This literature review is initially targeted at liquid chemicals which can "attack" 3D printed polymers. In the future gas and plasma attack can be studiet but for now it is out of the scope of this lit review.
 
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Revision as of 09:11, 6 November 2017

This is a literature review for a study on the chemical resistance of 3D printable polymers. This literature review is initially targeted at liquid chemicals which can "attack" 3D printed polymers. In the future gas and plasma attack can be studiet but for now it is out of the scope of this lit review.


Liquid chemicals

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