The portal pressure button! Key to any test chamber and it's also a stylish cup coaster when having some cake!
No need to paint this yourself, it comes fully coloured and textured!
I advise you to use some clear coat on the piece, so that the colours stay vibrant for longer. As people who have printed in FCS before may know, FCS colours can fade when wet and clear coat will help protect them.
I have been using mine for 3 weeks at the office where I go through at least 5 cups of tea a day, and with clear coat, it's remained in good condition.
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- The FCS finish is a little rougher than strong and flexible materials and can potentially scratch surfaces (i.e. wooden tops). I advise you to give the bottom of the piece and the bottom edges a light sanding with some fine sandpaper to remove the roughness to prevent scratching surfaces. If it's "frosty" after the sanding, you can use some clear coat and it should remove the frosting as well as protect the piece.
- When using clear coat, always apply a small amount to a discreet part of the model (i.e. the bottom) and let it dry thoroughly to ensure it does not react poorly to the material.