3d printing is a slow process and for my solution I need fast printing. So I print with no infill and I fill inside with a two part, 10 min drying polyurethane resin. I mix them in a disposable cup and use a syringe to put it inside. It gives super results as it is both sturdy and lightweight so I recommend this method.
My problem is that if the print has a high volume, the mixture begins solidifying inside syringe. So I need a device which can mix parts and apply it on the spot. Below is a crude drawing of what I need. Is there a name for such a device readily avaible or will I have to build it myself? Or any other advise is appreciated.
What I have tried so far:
- If I use a slower drying formula then most of the solution leaks from small holes in printed object. In faster drying formulas it is managable.