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All specimens shown had a cooling time of 3.2 s. a: Five curves from the tensile test were each selected as an example. Specimens made at 230 °C nozzle temperature show a larger change in length compared to 190 °C. Furthermore, the curves at 230 °C show a plastic deformation range. b: μCT scan of a specimen at 230 °C nozzle temperature. Curvature of the fracture surface due to deformation after the tensile test. c: 3D render of the specimen from (b). The curvature of the fracture surface remains constant over the breadth of the SWS.

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