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DidierKlein

Custom hydrographic design for 3D printing

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Hi all,

I found a nice tutorial for painting printed objects. I saw a video of a guy doing this on car parts or helmets a couple of months ago. Results are great. Some guy tried this on a printed object (check the video in the link).

Unfortunately it doesn't say if it's ABS or PLA

http://www.instructables.com/id/Custom-hydrographic-design-for-3D-printing/

 

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