Hey, I read the thread on the printed match case and I'd like to know more about the properties of the plastics in regards to heat, I like the idea of having a 3D printer for making the odd thing but life conspires against me, but it won't always! So, obviously, the printer works by melting the plastic which is then formed into the shape desired, once the plastic has cured is it more resistant to heat or just the same as it was in its raw state? So, say I want to make a handle for a fire poker, or a spoon say, is it feasible or should it be avoided if the plastic has any chance of getting hot? I'm not talking about putting it in the flames, but boiling water say... Also, is it impact resistant? Although I expect that it's dependent on what plastic you use. I read in the other thread the bit about knife scales etc, how well would they stand up to the rigours of outdoor use?