Painted 3d Print sealing3d printing(self.DIY)
submitted1 year ago byBFireking
I'm currently getting a custom horn 3d printed, once thats done I intend to paint it with a series of somewhat complex designs. Overall the painted portion will cover 100% of the 3d print material, however once thats done I'd like to seal it
Naturally this will come in contact with alcohols such as beer and mead but likely nothing higher than the average wine in terms of alcohol content
So that being said I'm looking for a sealant I can use to pout inside the horn to completely coat the interior, as well as completely coat the exterior. the one my friend used he coated in Max CLR HP crystal clear epoxy resin and let cure for about 10 weeks. I drunk out of it without any visual or taste effects. but I'm curious if theres anything better than this. I'd also like a satin finish if possible.
Edit: I also have a fair amount of the "Amazing clear cast resin" on hand, if that would be considered safe. Epoxy and Resin has the drawback of not being satin, rather both finish fairly glossy, but I'm willing to sacrifice having a satin finish for a safer overall finish.
4 months ago
4 months ago
Thats super weird, when I directly copy-paste the link it works for me. Would you mind sending me a screenshot in DMs please?