SLA 3D Printed Resin Black Pig Sculptures for Pork Producer

SLA 3D Printed Resin Black Pig Sculptures for Pork Producer

Process 3D Print, Support Removal, Post Curing, Primer Coating, Polish, Paint
Material Resin
Quantity 2 pcs
Price Range $100-1,000
Lead Time 6 workdays


About Project

Looking for innovative ways to promote your top-notch products? Look no further than FacFox's 3D printing services! Here's a recent project where a local pork producer utilized our expertise to create impressive black pig sculptures to draw in customers.

The pork producer envisioned two large black pig sculptures to symbolize their commitment to high-quality pork, as the black pig is known for its exceptional flavor. FacFox delivered on this vision using SLA 3D printing technology with resin. This method allowed for intricate details and a smooth finish, bringing the pigs to life.

To achieve the desired size while maintaining manageability, the sculptures were hollowed out and printed in separate pieces. Our team then meticulously glued the pieces together and added reinforcing ribs for extra stability. To ensure a flawless finish, the sculptures were sprayed with putty and then painted with a special outdoor-resistant paint.

The final result? Two eye-catching black pig sculptures that are large and impressive yet surprisingly lightweight. Just two people can easily lift them by the head and tail, making them perfect for placement both indoors and outdoors.

FacFox's 3D printing technology offers endless possibilities for creating unique and impactful promotional displays. Whether you're looking for large-scale outdoor sculptures like these black pigs, or smaller, intricate figures, our team can help you bring your vision to life.

Contact FacFox today and let us help you create show-stopping displays that will take your brand promotion to the next level!


  • Step 1: Customization was done on two big black pig sculptures to reflect the high-quality variety of black pig.
  • Step 2: The sculptures were designed to be hollow to ensure they were lightweight.
  • Step 3: Split pieces were then 3D printed using Stereolithography (SLA) technology.
  • Step 4: Once printed, the pieces were carefully aligned and glued together.
  • Step 5: Reinforcing ribs were added inside the structure to provide stability.
  • Step 6: The outer surfaces were sprayed with putty to create a smooth finish.
  • Step 7: A special paint was applied to protect the sculptures from outdoor elements.
  • Step 8: The final sculptures were large yet lightweight, allowing for easy transportation by two individuals.