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.

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Items i used in this build

Rust-Oleum 260510 Automotive 2-in-1...
120 To 3000 Assorted Grit Sandpaper for...
3M Sanding Sponge, Fine/Medium,...
Bondo All-Purpose Putty, Designed for...
Bondo Glazing and Spot Putty, Fills...
Rust-Oleum 260510 Automotive 2-in-1...
120 To 3000 Assorted Grit Sandpaper for...
3M Sanding Sponge, Fine/Medium,...
Bondo All-Purpose Putty, Designed for...
Bondo Glazing and Spot Putty, Fills...
Rust-Oleum 260510 Automotive 2-in-1...
Rust-Oleum 260510 Automotive 2-in-1...
120 To 3000 Assorted Grit Sandpaper for...
120 To 3000 Assorted Grit Sandpaper for...
3M Sanding Sponge, Fine/Medium,...
3M Sanding Sponge, Fine/Medium,...
Bondo All-Purpose Putty, Designed for...
Bondo All-Purpose Putty, Designed for...
Bondo Glazing and Spot Putty, Fills...
Bondo Glazing and Spot Putty, Fills...
10-Piece Mini Diamond Needle File Set...
10-Piece Mini Diamond Needle File Set...
10-Piece Mini Diamond Needle File Set...
10-Piece Mini Diamond Needle File Set...

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