Jason (jcreed) wrote,
Jason
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Dear internet: Suppose someone you know ordered a 3-d printed thingy from shapeways or some such and wishes it to be safe for come into contact with food. The food in question wouldn't particularly hot or volatile or acidic, but it sounds like the plastic is porous and has nasty not-so-great-for-humans chemical composition. What would be an easy/cheap way to coat it?
Tags: 3d printing, covered in bees, shellac, wax
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