Add Patterned Skins to 3D Prints with Hydro Dipping | Make:

Hydro dipping is a simple way to apply graphics and “skins” to your 3D prints. The process transfers images from a thin hydrographic film onto nearly any three-dimensional object by floating the image in a tub of water. Professionals have used this technique since the ‘80s for custom automotive and motorcycle parts, and it’s recently become popular with printing enthusiasts.


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