Ever wondered how well your food is heated up in the microwave?
Well I can now find out for you.
A interesting material characteristic of RPC 300 ND is that it changes to a
much darker colour when it is post heat treated.
A flat SLA plate was placed in our old microwave at work and the hot 'n'
cold spots are clearly visible after full power for just 4 minutes.
So If any one has STL models of their favourite foods Fish, chips, sausages
and a mountain of potato mash then send them to me to build in RPC 300 ND.
Arrange them in the most appealing presentational orientation on your plate
then take them to a microwave dealer and check how well each machine
distributes the microwave energy.
Could be I'm on to a winner here.
ps do not send broccoli I do not like them.
Jan Andrzejewski email@example.com
For more information about the rp-ml, see http://ltk.hut.fi/rp-ml/
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