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Posted · print surface has small holes, is there any product that could be used to fill these holes

print surface has small holes, is there any product that could be used to fill these holes?

 ( like on wallboard or any wall we fill putty, like on any sheetmetal work of automobile during manufacturing we fill silica sealant to seal the gaps/holes and make the parts surfaces look better)

 

do we have any such product in 3D printing, to fill the holes and make the print look better.

we used LA blue for printing. 

 

 

 

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    Posted · print surface has small holes, is there any product that could be used to fill these holes

    Those holes aren't normal, a properly working printer shouldn't cause those and then you wouldn't have to worry about filling them. May need to take a closer look at what be happening there.

     

    That said, there are some epoxy products out there like XTC-3D that might work for you.

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