Many people’s gripe with finishing 3D printed parts is sanding. Understandably so, as it can be the most time consuming part (and can be physically laborious at times). Aside from the paint job, sanding tends to be what makes the difference between a mediocre project and professional-grade. It’s all about that polish!
TinkerCAD is a website that allows for quick prototyping using basic shapes and masks. If you’re not familiar with 3D software like Maya or Blender, it can be a great tool to better prepare your model for printing.
You’re here for one reason: you want to make your prints look like they weren’t printed in the first place. This guide is aimed to newcomers looking to get their prints smooth and primed for painting. In addition to making prints look better, post-production can help fix minor imperfections, saving time to reprint it. This […]