ColorJet 3D Printed Full-color Pink Dress Girl Scaled-down Figure

ColorJet 3D Printed Full-color Pink Dress Girl Scaled-down Figure

Process 3D Print
Material Other
Quantity 1 pcs
Price Range $1-100
Lead Time 2 workdays


About Project

At FacFox, we’re excited to bring your designs to life with our full-color 3D printing services. Today, we’re spotlighting the ColorJet printing technology through a charming scaled-down figure of a girl in a pink dress.

To ensure stability, ColorJet prints the statue with a 2mm wall thickness and internal support, which is filled in post-processing. It's 101.6mm in height and 23.1g in weight.

ColorJet is renowned for its vibrant color output, with a high saturation that brings out the brightest hues. The pink of the dress and the red of the lips are particularly vivid, although this can lead to some color bleed, as seen in the purple-red tint on the arms and legs.

The minimum layer height of ColorJet is larger compared to other technologies, which results in more pronounced layer lines. However, the matte finish gives the figure a pleasant appearance despite this. It’s important to note that finer structural details, like the circular patterns on the girl’s top, may blend together, resulting in a mix of gray and white dots. Similarly, subtle features such as the pupils and whites of the eyes may appear blurred.

While ColorJet may not capture the finest details perfectly, it excels in producing bright, eye-catching colors that make any figure stand out. If you’re looking to add a splash of color to your models, FacFox’s ColorJet 3D printing service is an excellent choice. It's also the cheapest full-color printing technology for your projects.

Discover the possibilities with FacFox – where your colorful visions become a tangible reality. Check here to compare the difference of all four full-color printing technologies we have.


  • Step 1: The model was downloaded from the Internet and exported into an STL file for printing.
  • Step 2: The manufacturing process began with the spreading of the core material in thin layers over the build platform by a roller.
  • Step 3: Once each layer was spread, a color binder was selectively jetted from inkjet print heads, which caused the core to solidify.
  • Step 4: The build platform was then lowered to allow the next layer to be spread and printed.
  • Step 5: This sequence was repeated, layer by layer, until the full-color three-dimensional model was formed.