Many 3D printed parts shared on social networking sites are smooth and colorful, which is really cool. How to achieve the specified color and effect step by step?

Step 1: Polishing

Use a pair of scissors to disassemble the support of the model completely, observe and touch the surface of the model, and determine how much the model needs to be polished. When sanding, remember that all sanding work must be sanded with water! Water mill! Water mill! Water mill! The important thing is said three times. The file is used to grind large particles, bulges and support residues, etc. Sandpaper further grinds small particles, model surface textures and the like. Sandpaper sanding should be used from low mesh to high mesh.

Step 2: Make up

Model AB soil filling is quick to shape and easy to plastic, and is used to fill large holes on the surface of the model. Paste AB soil is softer and used to fill smaller defects on the surface of the model. Surface texture and slight imperfections.

Step 3: Coloring

The special paint for model coloring is divided into oily and water-based. Pay attention to the corresponding special model paint thinner.

Coloring is divided into inkjet and pen painting. The inkjet painting area is large, quick-drying, and the paint is thinner and fits the model better. Pen painting is more suitable for handling details and finishing. The coloring and drying process can be assisted by coloring clips.

Step 4: Set makeup

Both matte paint and semi-matte can fix the model paint surface. Matte painting oil can also deal with the matt effect. Bright oil can make the paint surface more shiny(more glossy).

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