ColorJet 3D Printed Queen Stepping on the Old King Full-color Sandstone Figure

ColorJet 3D Printed Queen Stepping on the Old King Full-color Sandstone Figure

Process 3D Print
Material Other
Quantity 1 pcs
Price Range $100-1,000
Lead Time 5 workdays


About Project

Are you looking for a unique and stunning gift for someone special? Or maybe you want to add some flair to your home or office decor? If so, you might be interested in the ColorJet 3D Printed Queen Stepping on the Old King Full-color Sandstone Figure. This amazing figurine is made by FacFox, a leading company in 3D printing and customization services.

The figurine depicts a powerful and majestic black-hair queen, wearing a yellow crown and a black robe, also black long gloves and black over-the-knee socks. She holds a big sword in her right hand, and her left leg is stepping on a man. The man has brown hair, wearing a brown robe and a pair of brown shoes, lying with his face down. The figurine is full of details and colors, and it has a strong symbolism of female empowerment and domination.

The figurine is made of full-color sandstone, a material that can produce realistic and vibrant colors. The figurine is 3D printed using ColorJet technology, which is a process that deposits colored binder onto a bed of powder, layer by layer, until the model is formed. The result is a high-quality finish that looks like a painting.

FacFox is a trusted and reliable partner for 3D printing and customization services. They have a team of professional designers and engineers who can help you create your own masterpiece. They also offer fast and affordable shipping worldwide, and a 100% satisfaction guarantee. 

Don’t miss this opportunity to get a one-of-a-kind figurine that will impress everyone who sees it. Order yours today and enjoy the beauty and quality of 3D printing!


  • Step 1: The 3D model of the figurine was created using a software program and uploaded to the FacFox website.
  • Step 2: The model was sliced into thin layers and sent to the ColorJet 3D printer.
  • Step 3: A thin layer of white sandstone powder was spread over the build platform by a roller.
  • Step 4: A print head deposited a colored binder agent onto the powder layer, according to the 3D model data. The binder agent fused and colored the powder particles, forming a solid layer of the figurine.
  • Step 5: This process was repeated for each layer, until the entire figurine was built. The platform moved down after each layer was completed.
  • Step 6: The figurine was removed from the powder bed and cleaned. Any excess powder was recycled for future use.
  • Step 7: The figurine was then coated with a UV protection oil to enhance its durability and appearance.