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Posted · Discontinued Filaments

Just surious but i really like the UM Blue PLA filament and the dark green one is good too, but am running out now, someone told me it was discontinued, I just thought i'd ask, and if it is unavailable, what is the closest i can get to that filament, as is reacts beautifully with acetone and i need it to get smooth parts?

These are my spools.

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Posted · Discontinued Filaments

I don't think that the darker blue is discontinued. It was the light blue afaik. Anyway I saw today at least one UM2 Go printing with the darker blue at the 3D printshow in London (UM booth).

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Posted · Discontinued Filaments

Thanks! Thats great news, i guess i was being paranoid and thought it was the dark blue. Happy printing!

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