DOWNLOAD Painting 3D Printed ABS Parts
3D printing can serve a great purpose when used for making prototypes and test parts, but what about final production pieces? When a part comes off of an FDM 3D printer, you will most likely see inconsistencies and small blemishes due to the way the technology works. Even more so, you will see layer lines. This is inevitable when printing with FDM technology. How can we make a print look like a finished piece?
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