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

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

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

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About Project

Dive into the precision and subtlety of Mimaki 3D printing with our latest creation: a full-color, scaled-down figure of a girl in a pink dress. This piece exemplifies the capabilities of Mimaki’s technology, showcasing intricate details and a refined finish that breathes life into every print.

It's 101.6mm in height and 23.7g in weight.

Detail and Texture: Upon close inspection, the Mimaki print reveals incredibly fine layer lines, contributing to a smooth, matte surface that is pleasant to the touch. The technology’s strength lies in its ability to capture exquisite details: from the texture of the hair to the structure of the ears, eye sockets, and lips. The girl’s upper garment features crisp circular patterns, and the pupils and whites of her eyes are distinct and clear.

Color Fidelity: Mimaki’s color output tends toward darker, less saturated hues, offering a more authentic representation of the original 3D model’s colors. This subtlety in shading ensures that every nuance is captured, avoiding the oversaturation that can sometimes occur with other technologies.

At FacFox, we’re proud to offer Mimaki’s full-color 3D printing services, providing you with the ability to create models that stand out with their precision and lifelike detail. Whether for prototypes, figurines, or intricate designs, our Mimaki printing solutions ensure your vision is realized with the utmost fidelity.

Experience the difference with FacFox – where your most detailed designs become a stunning reality. Check here to compare the difference of all four full-color printing technologies we have.

Solution

  • Step 1: The model was downloaded from the Internet and exported into an STL file for printing.
  • Step 2: The Mimaki 3D printing process commenced with the preparation of the digital model, which was then used to guide the printer.
  • Step 3: Layers of UV-curable ink were jetted onto the build tray, each layer being instantly cured by UV light.
  • Step 4: This process was repeated, with fine layers accumulating to form the precise 3D model.
  • Step 5: The attention to detail ensured that even the most delicate features, such as hair textures and facial expressions, were accurately reproduced.
  • Step 6: Once the printing was completed, the object was subjected to post-processing, which may include cleaning and curing, to achieve the desired finish and structural integrity.