Introduction: Say Good-bye to Your Boring Etched Surface!

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Left: With Sugru / Right: Without Sugru

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Etched surfaces about to be sugru-ed!

Step 1: Preparation

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Sugru can act as appropriate filler material for engraved surface!

Depending on the size of the surface, take out some of sugru and soften it.

Step 2: Fill in the Blank!

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Fill the entire surface area with sugru. I flattened the sphere sugru, placed on top of surface area in the previous step.

Step 3: Scrape It Off

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The sugru will stay in the etched surface, which is lower than the original surface. As you scrape off the sugru, un-etched surface will appear since it is the highest level of the surface.

Step 4: Colorful Fillers

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Color sugru-ed surfaces can now match the theme you desire to accomplish! With sugru, you have multiple choices of color to fill in the etched surface.


seamster (author)2014-10-31

How did you do this?

A little description explaining any tips or details on how others could duplicate this would be appropriate.

fablabbaltimore (author)seamster2014-12-02

Hi seamster! I just added more details on how to make it. Feel free to check it out!

seamster (author)fablabbaltimore2014-12-02

Ah, great! That makes a pretty neat effect!

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