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    It is possible to 3d print a part with wood content. Just not 100% wood. For a prototype then it should be more acceptable. Or another just plastic part to more closely simulate the stained color would be possible too.
    Amazon.com: MG Chemicals Wood 3D Printer Filament, 1.75mm, .5 Kg (1.1 lbs.) - Wood: Kitchen & Dining

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill D View Post
    I think he means friction welding of wood. Of course the heat causes charring at the interface. I suppose if done in a vacuum the charring would be reduced.
    Bill D
    Uhm...no.

    It's a Hi freq wood glue curing (rapid curing) device.

    No welding involved.

    Been around a long time.


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