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Posted · Glow in the dark?

We are new owners of an Ultimaker 2 and are having a great time experimenting. We'd like to try glow in the dark filament, but Ultimaker unfortunately doesn't offer it. I've heard horror stories about using different filaments, and I'd rather not use something that is going to muck up our printer. Does anybody have any recommendations for 3mm PLA glow in the dark? We're in the US and would prefer to buy it here if it's available.

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Posted · Glow in the dark?

Hello. I haven't been around much lately, but I'm a pretty avid UM1 fan and run a US reseller for colorFabb: printedsolid.com. colorFabb tests all of their filament on Ultimaker printers as part of the development process and offers suggested printing profiles for the UM2 based on this testing.

I've put a coupon code up for 10% good for today only UMCOMMUNITY

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