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Gazelle 3D Tech offers a variety of in-house finishing, painting and assembly capabilities. Our state-of-the-art color matching system for in-house painting and finishing expertise allow us to deliver custom finishes to your specifications quickly and accurately.

Below are some of our common finishing/post-processing options. Please talk to one of our Experts for a process that may not be listed below:

  • Painting
  • Powder Coating
  • Decals
  • Pad Printing
  • Screen Printing
  • Transfers
  • Assembly
  • Drilling
  • Gear Cutting
  • Customized Shipping Crates
  • Grinding/Jig Grinding
  • EDM
  • Polishing
  • Plating (Standard)
  • Chem Film (Standard)
  • Anodization (Standard)

Gazelle 3D Tech also offers assembly and model finishing services that further enhance the look of your design, helping you achieve specific textures and colors. Our model finishing services are often used for marketing photo shoots, tradeshows, internal presentations and more.


We commonly use the Pantone Matching System and can match custom blended paints to any color code or paint swatch (subject to review). Paint is applied using a variety of methods, dependent on color, glossy/matte and the specific texture desired.


If your model is comprised of multiple parts, assembly is the final step. If painting is required, colors are often applied to separated components to maintain very crisp, clean lines. Masking is available, but it is a less preferred method, as it can bleed. Models are either glued using an adhesive and/or assembled using fasteners depending on application

Stock Components

A common aspect of model finishing is the inclusion of stock components such as fasteners and metal inserts. These items are usually applied in the assembly process. In most cases, these additions are for their functional properties. For example, adding a metal threaded insert allows for more durable threads when an item requires screws or bolts in the assembly process.


High-quality finished models often need to include lettering and logos. The artwork is applied using a variety of methods depending on the shape of the surface it is being applied to, the number of colors and the level of detail. The most common methods are transfers, stickers, screen prints and pad prints. In most cases, a clear finishing coat is applied to protect the artwork as well as the paint on the model.
Start a conversation with a Gazelle expert today to discuss your assembly and finishing needs.