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 Subject : Re:Repairing J750 Parts.. 09/10/2020 01:19:53 PM 
BRUCE WILLEY
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Hi Ernest,

I've used superglue and baking soda to patch other things and it works well. You can put the baking soda in or on something around a millimeter deep at at time and wick thin superglue into it. The result might be a lot harder than the surrounding material so sand carefully. The surface might show little pinholes and the edge of the patch won't feather out with sanding, so I've had to put spot putty on top of it if I was going to paint it. Good luck!
 Subject : Repairing J750 Parts.. 09/10/2020 12:24:33 PM 
Ernest Ang
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Hi APMMers,

I hope all is well with everyone and everyone is staying safe.

I'm wondering anyone has any suggestions on patching and repairing J750 printed parts. We were told by the Stratasys engineer previously to use baking soda with super glue solution but haven't got the chance to try it out yet.

I have used 405nm laser pen to cure the resin in patching FormLabs part, does anyone know whether this is applicable for the J750 parts as well?

Note: Most of our J750 printed parts are just with the white resin.

Thank you in advance for any response and take care.
 
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