Those of you lucky enough to own a 3D printer will already know the common issues that can occur during 3D prints to cause imperfections on a final 3D printed model.
A new 3D print finishing tool has been created called Retouch3D that has been specifically designed to enable easier retouching of 3D prints after the 3D printing process, allow users to remove and repair imperfections when required.
Not only can the Retouch3D finishing tool help remove imperfections but it can also aid in the removal of support material allowing you to obtain a much more professional finish to your 3D prints. Watch the video below to learn more about this unique 3D print finishing tool that is supplied with a number of different heated tips for a variety of useful removal applications.
“World’s first heated tool to finish 3D prints with variable heat and interchangeable heads designed for specific 3D retouching tasks. Until you own a 3D printer, what you don’t realize is that removing supports and getting rid of printing errors sucks! We figured that if heat created a 3D print; then heat would be the best way to clean-up a 3D print. So, after experimenting with soldering irons, heated wax tools, blow torches, powered grinders and other scary equipment; we arrived at Retouch3D
Retouch3D is the world’s first speciality tool designed to finish 3D printed models. Forget snapping, scraping, and sanding; Retouch3D’s variable heat control system and interchangeable heads mean you finish-off all your 3D prints like a pro.”
The Retouch3D project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise $30,000 in pledges to make the jump from concept to production. So if you think Retouch3D is something you could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website now to make a pledge and help Retouch3D become a reality via the link below.
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