Sure, 3D printers can be used to print everything from automobiles to even homes, but it takes an artist to master the craft of using a 3D pen to draw something. One artist who goes by 3D SANAGO decided to combine his passion of automobiles and a drawing pen. First, he crafted the shape of the vehicle, and then began to use blueprints to outline all angles except for the underbody. All of the gaps were filled using a circular drawing motion and then smoothed out with a soldering iron. Read more for a video and additional information.
Next, once everything was smoothed out, it was time to sand everything down before the painting process began. After making sure there weren’t any unexpected holes in the body, the surface was covered in primer and then painted a metallic green. Smaller details, like the headlight frame, required melting PVC down and then drawing in the bulbs. What Porsche Taycan doesn’t have working headlights? This one is no exception, and that’s why an LED system was added.
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