Finishing 3D Prints: How to Sand, Fill and Prime 3D Printed Parts

Finishing 3D Prints: How to Sand, Fill and Prime 3D Printed Parts In this video I’ll cover How to Sand, Fill and Prime 3D Printed Parts. A lot of people ask me how do I get helmets and other props so smooth. Well its not easy you have to do a lot of sanding, filling and priming. There are some key steps in-between that I’ll also cover in this video.

 I use Zlytech Filament. Use the code 3DPRINTEDPROPS to get 15% OFF your order https://www.zyltech.com/

Items i used in this build

Rust-Oleum 260510 Automotive 2-in-1 Filler & Sandable Primer, 12 Ounce (Pack of 1), Gray
 
3M Pro Grade No-Slip Grip Sandpaper, 3-Pack, 120-Grit
 
3M Pro Grade No-Slip Grip Advanced Sandpaper, 9 X 11-Inches, 220 Grit, 20/Pack
 
3M Pro Grade No-Slip Grip Sandpaper, 3-Pack, 100-Grit
 
3M 25320P-G Pro Grade No-Slip Grip Advanced Sandpaper, 9-Inch x 11-Inch, 320 Grit, Pack of 3
 
3M Pro Grade No-Slip Grip Sandpaper, 3-Pack, 80-Grit
 
Bondo Body Repair Kit
 
Bondo Plastic Metal, Seals & Fills Almost Any Metal Surface for Durability & Longevity, 5 oz.
 
Bondo 357 Plastic Spreaders 3 Piece
 
BASE CAMP M Plus Dust Face Mask with Extra 6 Activated Carbon Filters
 
MINI Diamond Needle File Set (10pcs 150 Grit Precision Diamond File)
 
3M Sanding Sponge, Fine Grit, 6-Count 
 
120 To 3000 Assorted Grit Sandpaper for Wood Furniture Finishing

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