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How would PLA stand up to cold and wet environments?

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I am thinking about making some trekking pole baskets with my 3D printer in PLA, the originals having been worn out a long time ago.

PLA has problems with heat, how does it do with cold? They won't cost very much but if they break right away it might be a problem.

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Why not print out a small rod or something, put it in the freezer, and see how brittle it is for yourself? Olin Lathrop‭ 5 months ago

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