Give Xylene a shot. It works much better (easier) than dry erase markers and I’ve found it to be safer on the paint than acetone. A can will run you around $7. If used just for tampos, you’ll probably never need to buy another can.
Pretty cool my photo graced the opening of the video...
Thank you for the kind words. :)
Thanks. I had another guy helping me try to source enough Nascar tires for the whole run but we just couldn’t gather enough.
Do you plan on adding decals? If so, they should really be clearcoated.
The wheels are modeled as a series of extrusions and revolved cuts. The tire was modeled as a revolve.
Each printer requires some sort of ‘slicer’ application. The slicer converts your model to G-code based upon the parameters you choose (material, nozzle diameter, extruder temp, bed temp, speeds, etc...). Out of…
Nah, this printer can only print a single color at a time. There are printers out there capable of more.
I modeled the tire and the wheel as 2 separate parts with Ø.2mm total clearance. Printed the tires in black and the wheels in tan. I’ll be spraying the wheels shortly matte bronze. I’ve got a project that these are… Read more
Sorry, I don’t have any suggestions. I design/model all of my own parts.
Kind words greatly appreciated. :) We are here to help. Keep the questions coming.
Sorry for the slow reply - acrylic paint. Seriously - The 50 cent Wally World craft stuff is just fine. Water wash up, budget friendly, and pretty safe.
Thank you. :)
I never liked this thing since I got it. Goes back to my ‘gotta have it days’. I get the whole low rider thing, but it just doesn’t work for me.