It seems they can. [Ian Charnas] Want his own Quake. He is unwilling to use the common role-playing method of spraying paint on foam and similar fragile materials.He proposed a method Nickel plating on 3D printed models, Use conductive nickel paint to prepare the plastic surface for electroplating. In order to reduce the use of harmful chemicals, he simplified things to use materials that are more likely to be found in the kitchen.
As shown in the video after the break, [Ian] In order to achieve a process acceptable to him, he went through a lot of experiments. As he said, “After all, if something is worth doing, it’s worth doing too much.” This is definitely a good spirit worth following. It is quite difficult to electroplate metal and obtain a good finish, and the nature of the 3D printed object is not very smooth. However, the hard work has paid off very well, and the result is quite good in our opinion.
But I heard you ask about 400 kV?Well, it won’t be Thor’s hammer, no ungodly lightning flying around, and because [Ian] Is a Tesla Coil Orchestra, Well, it’s just a bit outdated. After putting on protective chain armor to cover his skin, he walked straight into the fire line of a pair of huge Tesla music coils and lived another day. In contrast, his early jet roller skates looked very ordinary.