Airbrushing produces a streak-free, professional coat of paint that is generally superior to hand painting an object. However, airbrushing a 3D printed part or assembly must be done manually, is time consuming and is heavily dependent on the skill of the artist. The process is prone to human error and often requires multiple rounds of touch ups and rework. This can deter many hobbyists from painting their parts.
This project aims to solve these problems by automating the airbrushing of 3D printed parts and assemblies with a low cost robot.