I plan on printing the following:
- IO cover for z170 pro gaming aura
- 24 Pin cablecomb
- A fan grill (my custom design)
It would be good if I could print these parts using PLA plastic. High temperature resistant PLA is also alright but I haven't got any currently. I will be spray painting these parts blue to match my theme, so that should add some heat resistance?
Would a form of PLA be suitable for my use or would I have to use something else?
Thanks in advance.
I don't know personally but let me know how the IO cover comes out, I am very interested in paying for someone to 3D print one out for me. I don't have a printer and I've been looking for someone who could do it. But it looks like at 65C the PLA would hit a GTT (glass transition temp) and get soft so perhaps get some high temp PLA. This is coming from my friend who is a plastics engineer.
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