Fantastic space themed astronaut door sign personalised to your name!
These measure approximately 150mm wide and can be personalised to your colour scheme.
They are custom made using 3D printing and can have any name (maximum 10 letters) in a variety of choices of colours to make them personal.
When ordering please advise of the name you would like and chose two colours from the sample picture of the colours available, primary colour is the main star colour and secondary colour is the letters. The astronaut will be black and white ***Please note colour changing plastics are heat sensitive. They change colour with a change of temperature for example after being held in your hands or being out in the sun. They will not change colour without the change in heat. ***The glow in the dark colours will need to be ‘charged’ in light before glowing blue in the dark.**
*Please note as with any handmade item, there is scope for minor imperfections and differences between similar items.
*All items are made and despatched as fast as possible, this may take longer at busier times. Once despatched delivery time varies depending where you are located, item is despatched from the UK. Please note delivery to overseas usually takes approximately 2 weeks, however can be more like 4 weeks at busy periods.
A Little Bit About the Plastic we use – is it bad for the environment?
We use PLA filament (PolyLactic Acid) or PLA+ for all our items.
This is different to most thermoplastic polymers because it is made from renewable resources such as corn starch and sugarcane.
It is a biomass plastic which is also biodegradable and recyclable and is considered food safe.
So overall much better for the environment than most other plastics used in 3D printing or in packaging. We also use solar panels to help power our 3D printer (when British weather allows!) and send the orders out in boxes and padding that can be recycled.
Please note, although we do out utmost to ensure all items are delivered in perfect condition, due to the nature of 3D printing the final finish isn’t always completely smooth like a moulded plastic item would be. 3D printing builds up in thin layers, one by one, creating a unique and individual finish on each item.