ColorJet 3D Printed Aerugo Color Lion Miniatures

ColorJet 3D Printed Aerugo Color Lion Miniatures

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

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About Project

Guard your home and invite good fortune with these majestic ColorJet 3D printed lion miniatures from FacFox. These awe-inspiring creatures, traditionally seen as symbols of protection and prosperity in Chinese culture, are perfect for placing at your entryway or gracing your desk as a paperweight.

Each lion figurine is meticulously crafted using cutting-edge ColorJet 3D printing technology, allowing for intricate details and stunning color. One lion boasts a rich bronze finish, reminiscent of ancient sculptures, while the other stuns in a beautiful aerugo color, replicating the captivating green patina found on aged copper. Both lions are imbued with an antique effect, adding to their timeless elegance.

These ColorJet 3D printed lion miniatures are more than just decorative pieces; they're a conversation starter and a symbol of your appreciation for Chinese tradition. Looking for a unique gift for a friend or family member? Look no further!

FacFox's 3D printing service offers unparalleled quality and a vast array of customization options. Whether you desire these stunning lion miniatures or have your own vision in mind, FacFox can turn it into reality. Visit their website today to learn more and bring a touch of prosperity and grandeur into your home!

Solution

  • Step 1: Designing. The digital models of the Chinese traditional auspicious lion miniatures were created, incorporating details to serve as paperweights and to exhibit an antique effect.
  • Step 2: Preparing the Printer. The ColorJet 3D printer was prepared, ensuring it was clean and functional.
  • Step 3: Loading Materials. The core material and binder were loaded into the printer. The core material consisted of a special powder suitable for creating full-color models.
  • Step 4: Printing Base Layer. A thin layer of the core material was spread over the build platform with a roller.
  • Step 5: Applying Binder. Color binder was selectively jetted from inkjet print heads onto the layer of core material, causing it to solidify.
  • Step 6: Repeating Layers. The build platform was lowered, and the process of spreading the core material and applying the binder was repeated, building the model layer by layer.
  • Step 7: Coloring. One miniature was left in the bronze color resulting from the printing process, while the other was painted in aerugo color to match the design specifications.
  • Step 8: Finishing. Both miniatures were treated to add an antique effect, enhancing their traditional appearance and fulfilling their aesthetic role as auspicious animals.