Badger 3D Prime Gray Acrylic Primer 2oz. 3DP-CG2
Badger 3D Prime Surface Smoother and Primers are specifically developed for 3D printed models. 3D Prime is a two step priming product that allows the 3D print artists to effectively fill striations and easily apply a durable hard primed finish on the most detailed of 3D printed kits/figures. Designed for use on the most common 3D print materials (ABS, PET, PLA), 3D Prime features a unique base application product called Surface Smoother and three color primer coatings (white, gray or black).

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Badger 3D Prime Gray Acrylic Primer 2oz. 3DP-CG2

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$7.49
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$6.79
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Badger 3D Prime Surface Smoother and Primers are specifically developed for 3D printed models. 3D Prime is a two step priming product that allows the 3D print artists to effectively fill striations and easily apply a durable hard primed finish on the most detailed of 3D printed kits/figures. Designed for use on the most common 3D print materials (ABS, PET, PLA), 3D Prime features a unique base application product called Surface Smoother and three color primer coatings (white, gray or black).

We are not responsible for any taxes, duty, VAT, customs or other fees on the receiver’s end.
Check out our other items, and save on shipping!
To receive combined shipping, place the items you wish to purchase in your cart and the discounted shipping will be calculated at checkout.

Please complete all your shopping before checking out, we cannot combine shipping on separate orders.

Sorry, no shipping refunds can be given for combining separate orders.

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