XTC-3D High Performance 3D Print Coating, 6.4 Oz

XTC-3D® is a protective coating for smoothing and finishing 3D printed parts. Two liquids are mixed together and brushed onto any 3D print. Coating self-levels and wets out uniformly without leaving brush strokes. Working time is 10 minutes and cure time is about 4 hours (depending on mass and temperature). XTC-3D® cures to a hard, impact resistant coating that can be sanded, primed and painted.
Adding colors and metal effects is easy. Use with UV Resistant Pigment for XTC-3D (ASIN: B01BKSLHHK) to paint and seal at the same time!
Inexpensive to Use: 1 oz covers 100+ square inches.
90% Time & Labor Savings: XTC-3D® fills in 3D print striations and creates a smooth, high gloss finish. The need to post finish is almost eliminated.
Coat any 3D Print Surface: XTC-3D® can be applied to both SLA and SLS prints. It works with PLA, ABS, Laywoo, Powder Printed Parts and other rigid media. It also can be used to coat EPS, EPDM and urethane foam as well as wood, plaster, fabric, cardboard and paper.
XTC-3D® does not contain VOC’s, phthalates or phosphates.

Product Features

  • Epoxy Coating for 3D Printed Objects
  • Smooths and finishes 3D Printed Objects
  • Compatible with FDM, SLA and SLS prints. A little goes a long way: 1oz covers 100 sq. inches!
  • It works with PLA, ABS, Laywoo, Powder Printed Parts and other rigid media. It also can be used to coat EPS, EPDM and urethane foam as well as wood, plaster, fabric, cardboard and paper.
  • Dries clear with a gloss finish. Use with UV Resistant Pigment for XTC-3D to color and seal at the same time!

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2 thoughts on “XTC-3D High Performance 3D Print Coating, 6.4 Oz”

  1. I’m a big fan of Smooth-on products. Their OOMOO is great and I’ve dropped serious dough on their products over the years.Surprised with this, however. More than anything I’m not really sure why it’s said to be specifically for 3D prints. It’s basically the same as any other epoxy I’ve used just in a 2:1 mix ratio instead of a 1:1. My guess is that it allows you to mix smaller amounts with better accuracy but I could be wrong.Super high gloss. Easy to tint with acrylic…

  2. As advertised as a solution to smoothing out 3D prints, the XTC Coating works very well. It seems to be essentially a resin that is mixed in two parts and applied to your model with a disposable rubber brush. It works very well but the biggest problem is that the resin settles in the deepest areas (which of course it’s meant to do) and generally smooths out any fine detail. I was able to smooth out two models using very little product and the results were favorable though any coating will…

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