2016-01-13 (W) Acetone Vapor Bath Experiment COMPLETED

An Instructable was written and curated. Original text was approximately 600 words while some text, like the Scientific Method dialogue written for yesterday’s blog, was simply pasted into place. An animated image showed the test results but Instructables doesn’t automatically start animated images so the first frame was simply “Animated Image” written in blue on a black background. There was a one millisecond delay on that frame so it didn’t severely affect the slide show.

Animated image of test results

Another image was created to show the before and after effects of the process. This image was scaled to become the cover image for the Instructable and titled. Since the phrase “Acetone Vapor Bathing” was ambiguous the words “for 3D printed parts” was added.

Cover image for Instructable

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