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    some polish results

    for those interested in polishing results...

    Test objects are 20mm high, have a diameter of 15mm and wall thickness of 1mm
    polished at various times. first is unpolished, second was polished 5min, next 10 min, etc...

    -Objects with thin walls get flexible/rubbery after polishing.
    -As can be expected, small details like text disappear

    for those owning a polysmooth polysher, looking forward to see photo's of your parts & the time you polished it.
    For now i would say between 30min and 60min. depending on size.

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    bjorn
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    Wanted to ask this on the campaign the other day, since you have them "on hand": isnt the 30min one looking better than the 45min one?

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    there is not a big difference in polisch but the 45min gets flexible
    i repeated the test with a wall thickness of 2,5mm and it keep stiff
    if you don't have details to loose like text or logo etc than longer = better

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