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The surface of your 3D printed model is defined by the material and technology. In addition, the number of post-finishing steps also determines the cost and quality of your Multicolor model.

The natural surface of your Multicolor model is perfect if you just want a physical model in your hands. You get to see and feel the basic material your model was built from because all we need to do is print your model, clean it up and ship it to you.

The actual coloring of your Multicolor model is done during a printing process that binds powder using 4 different pre-colored types of glue. In this way, a model can be printed with the requested colors. The surface can have almost any color since the printer prints up to 24-bit colors, equal to 16.7 million different colors. The resolution is 600 x 540 dpi. If your 3D model doesn’t contain any color information, it will be printed Monochrome, which is slightly off-white/grayish.

Basically, your model is printed, cleaned up, strengthened by putting it into superglue, sprayed with a UV coating (to prevent decoloration by sunlight) and shipped.

Matt Finish

With the matt finish, you model is first printed, cleaned up, strengthened by putting it into superglue, sprayed with a UV coating (to prevent decoloration by sunlight) and shipped.

Gloss Finish

With the gloss finish however, you model is first printed, cleaned up, strengthened by putting it into superglue, sprayed with a thicker UV coating than the matt finish (to prevent de-coloration by sunlight) and shipped.