This is the first 3D print of the centerpieces in color, unsealed
Aren’t those very delicate being that thin?
yeah, when unsealed, there are only a few places you can pick these up without damaging the print. Once infiltrated in CA and dried, they are much more sturdy. Will probably have to print a couple extras just in case.
Does infiltration ever damage a part due to changes in structure?
What does infiltrated in CA mean?
What device did you use to print these?
CA is superglue cyanoacrylic.
There is an exothermic reaction, and the pieces get pretty warm, the piece does go into some deformation, especially in thinner areas, but framing them with thicker parts usually keeps this to a minimum.
Thanks for the answers.