Unless you have an extremely expensive 3D printer that you are able to use if you are printing 3D objects at home or in a small office you will already know that the final finish on the outer surface of these prints can sometimes be a little rough.
There are methods available that allow you to use chemicals to blend and add a gloss finish to your 3D printed objects but this method is a little hard to control. Now a new device called the MagicBox has been created to provide more control over those chemicals and create amore professional and glossy finish for your ABS and PLA 3D prints.
“The MagicBox uses an acetone vapor bath to smooth the lines normally present on FDM prints and adds more control rather than using a glass jar. It’s simple, easy-to-use settings give you control over the look and feel of your creations, allowing you to polish out rough edges or preserve detail, it’s up to you.
We’ve designed and built a few functional prototypes of the MagicBox, and we are almost ready to start manufacturing. We need your help to make it happen. By backing our project, you could be first in line to get a MagicBox, and be one step closer to simplifying your workflow, or making your hobby even more enjoyable. So pick a reward, any reward, and help us make your life much easier, and a whole lot more magical!”
The MagicBox Cabinet project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise enough pledges to make the jump from concept to production. So if you think MagicBox is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help MagicBox become a reality.
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