How to Smooth and finish PLA 3D prints

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How to: Smooth and finish PLA 3D prints

How to Smooth and Finish 3D Prints: PLA

For this tutorial, Im using theArkham Knight Helmet from the Batman Arkham Knight game.

1.) Glue each piece of your print together. I useLiquid Super Glue.  My favorite has beenHarbor Freights brand, but any will do.

2.) (Optional) Fill each seam withApoxie Sculpt. This strengthens the seams, and is very easy to sand. This is an entirely optional step, and something you may want to do for larger, heavier props or props with a lot of gaps, or errors. You can also use Apoxie Sculpt to sculpt on details.

3.) Add 2 to 3 layers ofFiller Primer. Be sure to do this in a well ventilated area and wear a respirator. Dont be afraid to lay it on thick. Once it dries and cures,  sand with low grit sandpaper (100~150). Sand back the higher areas to to blend the print lines smooth.

4.) AddBondo Spot Putty. Some pieces may not need much, others may need a lot. This print had a lot of flaws, and required more Bondo than usual.

Once it dries and cures, sand with slightly higher grit sandpaper (150-220).

5.) Rinse and Repeat! Literally. Rinse with water, and wait to dry. Bondo the problem areas that are still left, and sand them back again.

Extra: Your print may have had some flaws like this print and needs more work than just smoothing. This print had warped badly and I thought it would be easier to just fix withBondo-All Purpose Puttythan to reprint.

This Bondo is trickier to use than Spot Putty. Youll need to read and follow their instructions. You have a limited amount of time and much less forgiving material. Lay it on in thin layers and work your way up. This stuff is much more difficult to sand and I suggest using a hand/mouse sander to save yourself some time.

Once youve sanded your Bondo Smooth, repeat Step 3.

Final) Once it is smooth, youre ready for paint! For this, I usedMetallic Blue& Satin Black for the base colors.

For weathering, I took a dry paint brush, sprayed the ends with chrome spray paint, and lightly tapped the edges of the helmet to create a weathered look. This gives the illusion that the helmet is metal and the paint has scratched away revealing the metal under layers.

Thanks for reading and if you have any questions or suggestions, please contact me.

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How to Smooth Your PLA 3D Prints

Matthew Gorton of PrintedSolid seems to have found a way to smooth PLA prints.

Up to now most enthusiasts interested in smoothing prints used Acetone vapor to smooth ABS plastic prints. But the technique did not work on PLA plastic. Chemistry, you know.

Acetone is used by some to finish ABS prints into a smooth, glossy surface. The acetone vapor, created by heating liquid Acetone in a chamber, slightly softens ABS plastic. After an appropriate amount of time immersed in Acetone vapor, ABS objects are removed and re-solidify with smooth surfaces. Its a semi-dangerous activity, as Acetone is flammable and toxic, but many take the right precautions and get the job done. But it doesnt work with PLA.

Gorton knew there were exotic and even more toxic chemicals (Tetrahydrofuran) that can work with PLA in a similar manner, but THF is not something wed want in our lab.

So what can one do to smooth a PLA print beyond manual sanding or hours of jiggling in an abrasion shaker? Gorton tested Ethyl Acetate, which is sometimes found in paint stores, as it can be used as a thinner.

He tested several species of PLA, including ColorFabbs popular WoodFill product (which discolored) and found smoothing did actually occur. With some tuning of immerse durations, its likely this approach can be used to smooth PLA.

Ironically, some people use PLA because of potential safety issues with ABS plastic fumes floating around their unventilated homes or offices. Using Ethyl Acetate in the same location slightly increases the danger factor, as it has safety characteristics similar to Acetone.

Can someone please build an inexpensive smoothing tank that safely contains the smoothing agent?

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On forums and social media groups devoted to 3D printing, the question is often raised of which filament manufacturer is the best. See, 3D printing filament can vary from supplier to supplier in terms of consistency, quality, and price, among other criteria. And, as more and more companies take to the 3D printing market with their own filaments for desktop fused filament fabrication, navigating these options is increasingly difficult. Materials consulting firm3D Matterhas taken it upon itself to look into the matter, publishing a white paper discussing the variety of PLA filament out there and nailing down which is the best, based on a number of criteria.

3D Matter was founded by Arthur Sebert, an engineer from Ecole des Ponts Paristech with a Masters in Engineering for Sustainable Development from the University of Cambridge.  Working in strategy consulting for Roland Berger, in the field of chemicals and energy, for the past four years, Sebert became an expert in materials and manufacturing. Believing that 3D printing will cause a major shift in manufacturing, he sees materials as the key catalyst for growth in 3D printing. As a result, he began 3D Matter to provide definitive information on materials for 3D printing, at both the consumer and industrial levels, beginning with PLA for desktop fabrication.

To test PLA filaments from a huge range of suppliers, 3D Matter created test prints using 3D printers supplied byDOODand relied on mechanical testing machines fromNavier laboratory at Ecole des Ponts Paristechin Paris.  3D Matter developed a set of criteria on which to judge its series of filament samples: strength, elongation at break, rigidity, surface finish, feature detail accuracy, consistency, post-processing requirements, and more. Though 3D Matter generally focused on PLA filament, composite filaments were tested as well, including wood, carbon fiber, and copper materials.

As a result, 3D Matter came up with some pretty unique findings, writing:

Regular PLA filaments show a wide range of price points, but it didnt seem justified considering the slim differences between them. Not considering price, Makerbot tested best on the aggregate assessment. With price in mind, Dutch Filaments offers a great filament at a low cost.

Modified filaments are quite different from regular ones and therefore may qualify for a higher price point. While the performance is not on par, the quality of the prints is significantly improved and unique. They offer very promising prospects for filament 3D printing.

Its no surprise that price points between filaments dont necessarily signify better materials. What is surprising, at least based on my observations of the RepRap community, is that MakerBot came out on top, as Ive seen at least a handful of open source advocates complain about the price of MakerBot filament, compared to materials from other manufacturers. Luckily for them, they can turn to Dutch Filaments for a lower priced feedstock.

You may already be wondering as to the exhaustiveness of this test.  3D Matter, as a start-up, has only just begun the testing process and acknowledges that there are some issues inherent in the research, including the following:

Printer specificities: we used only one 3D printer to do the tests and we believe there may be some differences depending on the machine used

Ease of procurement: depending on your location or the volume required, it may be cheaper and/or simpler to get filament from a given supplier and affect your choice

Toxicity: we didnt measure the toxicity of each filament. While we assume that PLA filaments are comparable in terms of toxicity, it may be a limitation if we extend the study to more material types

Color variety: if you are looking for a specific color or a wide range of options, it may influence the supplier you choose.

Customer service: Some suppliers will provide assistance if you are struggling with the filament, and this could compensate some of its apparent shortcomings

Recognizing these shortcomings, 3D Matter has still provided the beginnings of what could be a very useful database for desktop 3D printing filaments, perhaps aConsumer Reports-style handbook for determining which filaments may best suit a given task.  As the start-up gains steam, and resources, the variables accounted for and feedstock varieties will only become broader.

3D Matter already has already begun work on its next study, determining the relationship that the infill percentage, layer heights, and infill pattern of a 3D printed object has with its mechanical resistance.  Naturally, the firm also plans to begin testing other materials, such as ABS, resins, and powders and will implement other printer models in their testing procedures.  Sebert also tells me that 3D Matter is reaching out to industrial clients to pursue studies specifically tailored to their needs.  With that in mind, those keen to see 3D Matter examine materials for industrial 3D printing are encouraged to get in touch with the firm.  To read the complete PLA study or contact 3D Matter,visit their website here.

Michael Molitch-Hou previously served as Editor-in-Chief of 3D Printing Industry, he is now the Editor of Engineering . coms 3D printing section. He has covered additive manufacturing technology day in and day out since 2012 and has hundreds of article to his credit. He is the founder of The Reality Institute.

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The two most popular3D printing filamentsare PLA (polylactic acid) and ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene). Both are thermoplastics capable of creating an array of printed objects. As filaments they look very similar, and both are used in conjunction with the fused deposition modeling (FDM) method of 3D printing.

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Forget the painters tape. Wolfbite Nano has arrived! Designed for use on all 3D printers, Nano prevents PLA parts from warping.

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Wolfbite Nano is a premium solution specifically engineered to bond polylactic acid (PLA) plastic parts to a glass 3D printer build plate without liftingalso known in the industry as warpage,and to enable smooth release of objects after printing. This new solution works well with heated and non-heated beds on all types and brands of the 3D printers utilizing glass printing surfaces.

PLA is the most preferred material for 3D printing because of its low heat shrinkage, biodegradability and widespread availability. However, PLA must be printed on a prepared surface for correct adhesion. A common surface treatment includes applying blue or red painters tape to a glass plate. After use, the paper tape may become damaged or require replacement. Other issues associated with printing on painters tape is difficulty in removing parts after prints and warpage from insufficient adhesion. Airwolfs new solution addresses all these issues. WolfBite Nano is applied with an applicator brush straight onto glass, eliminating the need for tape. One light coat of Wolfbite can be used for several prints.

After applying Wolfbite Nano directly on glass, printing can commence immediately, either with a heated or room-temperature bed. Airwolf 3D specially formulated the proprietary solution to not only promote excellent adhesion but also to make part removal easy. Parts maybe removed post print by immersing the glass plate in water for a short period of time, if necessary.

The solution is based on a combination of green chemistry and nanotechnology to create the best possible adhesion using compounds which are generally regarded as safe. Wolfbite is packaged in a two fluid ounce container and comes with a foam brush applicator.

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