How to finish a 3D print with XTC-3D

Chris Newton

Founder & Editor of Newton's Box. I am a 3D printing enthusiast who loves to tinker and design in my spare time with my FDM & SLA printers.

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15 Responses

  1. Chris Newton says:

    What are your experiences with XTC-3D? or do you know of any other products out there that you swear by?

    I would love to hear your thoughts.

    🙂

  2. chibimari1212 says:

    Wow the result is so great! I have never tried this product but will suggest friend who loves to make 3D print buy this one

  3. Balbina Magdadaro says:

    Sweet! I don’t have a 3D printer but some of my friends have. Gonna recommend this to them (and send the link to your article too). Cheers!

  4. valine13 says:

    I didnt know this is possible. sorry not that techie in print but I would love to have this too.

  5. baguiotherese says:

    XTC-3D is a perfect solution to finish your 3D print creation. I will definitely recommend this product to my friends and cousin, a professional animator. Thanks for this article.

  6. xiaoran0095 says:

    This is amazing! I never thought that this was possible to be honest. I will definitely buy this!

  7. Mau says:

    Gosh… another new knowledge. I think it would be great if you could do a video… it would be so interesting to see how you did this and how you used the product.

  8. kadoyatsukasa123 says:

    Though 3D Printing has been a thing for years now. I have still yet to see a real 3D print. This article reignited my interest about this.

  9. revshine101 says:

    It looks amazing and preparation seems easy and mostly these type of products are quite irritant to the skin and it is good that you suggest everyone wear gloves. After reading this article I came to know that coating plays a major role and one should know the correct proportion. Also, the curing time doesn’t look long as for me. So it is very useful and I definitely recommend this to my friends. Thanks for sharing.

  10. Kelly O says:

    Your models look amazing! I have spent so much time trying to sand my projects; I might have to try this out because the results look great.

  11. cyberwebby says:

    This is a wonderful creation and tutorial! And thank you for the Amazon recommendations. This really helps me to get started!

  12. CommonTaxQuestions.com says:

    Reminds me of yogi bear. You should definitely sell these somewhere if you’re not already. Very talented!

  1. 3rd June 2017

    […] painters tape and printed with a raft for safety. I have also given the pictured model a coat in XTC-3D to give it another layer of protection. […]

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