What to expect

There are some “defects” that are inherent to the 3D printing process. Examples of these are shown below. Returns and/or exchanges for the reasons shown below will not be considered.

Bottom of Base

Bottom of Base

The smoothing process will not affect the bottom of the base. You will still see the layers lines visible.

Surface Smoothness

Surface Smoothness

There may be portions of the hand that are not as smooth as the rest of the model.
These tend to be surfaces that are secluded and surfaces that have steeper angles.

Seam

Seam

You may see the seam line. The seam has been positioned so it is on the backside of the hand to reduce visibility.
Some colors (metallics) show the seam line more than others.

Bottoms of Surfaces

Bottoms of Surfaces

The bottom side of surfaces that printed on top of support material will not be as smooth as the rest of the model.

Pinholes

Pinholes

There may be small pinholes included in the product. We attempt to reduce these as much as possible.

Color

Color

The color of the finished product may vary slightly due to differences in monitor settings, lighting, fabrication parameters, etc.
Also, the smoothing process changes the color slightly from the raw filament color.

Check out our Color Combo Example page for photos of finished product.