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Is there a color or desert tan or olive green available? I work for military contractor and would like to make parts in desert tan and or olive green. Also, can you use other suppliers for material?

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What are you planning on making?

If it is just for display purposes PLA would hold up very well.

If it will be exposed to high temperatures you may want to consider ABS or CPE (UPET doesn't exist anymore), but remember PLA is much easier to print with.

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@sopmod03, if you have found your answer between the replies please select one by selecting it as 'Best Answer'. It will help future readers to find their answer with a similar issue.

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