Re: Shapeways 3D stuffMarch 8 2017 at 2:29 PM
|Mike Goldberg (Login MikeyBugs95)|
from IP address 220.127.116.11
Response to Shapeways 3D stuff
Everything that the above members said but before priming, you should've let the parts sit in sunlight or under a UV lamp for a few hours to cure any uncured resin. Then rinse the parts in warm soapy water or soak them in dish detergent and lightly scrub with a soft brush to remove grease or wax. You could also soak the parts in White Spirit (but nothing stronger) for a few minutes and then let dry completely. Then prime the parts with acrylic primer. Do **not** use any solvent based paints on the 3D printed parts because the paints could not dry properly and at worst melt the resin. I'm even weary of using Tamiya "acrylics" because they aren't true acrylics and are flammable.
To attach the parts I'm sure you're aware that you need to use CA or super-glue.
|This message has been edited by MikeyBugs95 from IP address 18.104.22.168 on Mar 8, 2017 3:44 PM|
- I know the pitfalls... - Cliff Leverette on Mar 10, 2017, 2:31 PM