Many people think with having both 3D Additive and 3D Subtractive equipment to create a specialized 3D piece, that once it comes off the machine they are all set. In reality, you are just starting! You may need additional space to glue sections together to make larger 3D pieces; then there is the art of puttying to fill in the pieces where there are rough spots or imperfections; sanding to get everything smooth; and hardening the pieces so they do not get damaged in the future. Now to the fun part of being able to finish your piece as you would like it to be. Spray painting, hand painting or adding a chrome looking finish are some of your options, all of which we can do here at EAC.