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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
This goes on top of dome lights in pinball machines. For the white, just primer and paint any color you wish.
The matte black looks pretty cool as is.
The Fine Detail option is to print this in clear, the super fine is much more clear than the fine detail.
If you want to paint the clear resin version I suggest using Tamiya clean, either spray on with an airbrush, or apply a couple of thick layers with a brush.
I can't account for how much this would stand against and airball attack. It's resin and just as vulnerable as any other 3d printed pinball mod. Generally I haven't had any airballs hit the dome lights but I can't speak for every game.
This is just the test phase of this once they are established there will be a slight markup but nothing serious.
To stick this to the machine I'd suggest a non acidic double sided tape.