SLA 3D Printed Clear Resin Mini Chubby Motorcycle

SLA 3D Printed Clear Resin Mini Chubby Motorcycle

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

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About Project

Calling all toy designers and whimsical enthusiasts! Look what we've been working on at FacFox – a playful SLA 3D printed mini chubby motorcycle that's sure to bring a smile to your face! ️

This adorable sculpture boasts a whimsical style, with a balloon-like appearance that's anything but ordinary. The glossy, translucent pink resin takes it to the next level, creating a fun and lighthearted look. We even took it a step further and dyed one motorcycle a soft light pink, adding a touch of variety to this charming design.

This project is a perfect example of the amazing possibilities of SLA 3D printing for toy design. SLA printing allows for incredibly high-resolution details, making our chubby motorcycle come to life with its smooth curves and playful features.

Here at FacFox, we specialize in helping toy designers bring their creations to life. Our team of experts has extensive experience with SLA 3D printing for clear resin models, and we can help you with every step of the process, from initial design consultation to final finishing.

If you're looking to create unique and eye-catching toys with SLA 3D printing, FacFox is your one-stop shop! Contact us today to discuss your project and let's get your toy designs rolling!

Solution

  • Step 1: The digital model was created using Blender. This model served as the blueprint for the 3D print.
  • Step 2: The model was converted into an STL file, which contained the necessary instructions for the 3D printer.
  • Step 3: The STL file was imported into slicing software, where it was sliced into multiple layers.
  • Step 4: The 3D printer was set up by configuring the printer settings, including the material type and print parameters.
  • Step 5: The print bed was prepared by applying a suitable adhesive to ensure the print adhered properly.
  • Step 6: The printing process was initiated, and the printer began to build the object layer by layer using the chosen material.
  • Step 7: The object was printed over several hours, with each layer being precisely deposited according to the sliced model.
  • Step 8: The printed object was removed from the print bed once the printing was complete.
  • Step 9: The object was cleaned to remove any excess material or support structures.
  • Step 10: The object was dyed into pink to achieve the desired color and appearance.
  • Step 11: The final product was inspected for any defects or imperfections.