Closed vapor polishing station
3D printers are, of course, wonderful tools; however, they are not without their downfalls. They take a long time to print, non-negligible rate of print failures, and of course the "layers" that are left behind from the process.
I discovered that you could drastically alter the finish of 3D prints by utilizing different techniques that involve that print material's corresponding solvent; however, it was still a bit difficult. So I designed a low-cost CVPS utilizing polypropylene tubes, a paint can, a 12V vacuum pump, flask, and heat source.