STEP BY STEP
The rest of the supports can be cleaned most
easily with modelling files or sanding sponges.
If you can see a slight layering on some sections
of some parts, it can be sanded with 1500 grit or
finer sanding sponges.
I clean some of the more fragile parts partially attached to the supports
for better handling. The parts do not twist as much and damage to them
is minimized during cleaning.
For more complex parts where sanding
isn’t really an option, the light raster can be
treated by scrubbing with a coarse brush
dipped in pure isopropyl alcohol.
Medium or thick CA glue is used to affix the smaller parts.
Due to the high accuracy of 3D printed parts, individual
components can first be assembled dry and then thin glue
can be applied, allowing capillary action to do its thing.
Excess glue can be removed with a debonder.
Individual parts and subassemblies ready for a first coat, consisting
of Mr. Finishing Surfacer 1500 Gray.