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What's you favourite Colorfabb PLA/PHA colour?

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Hello,

I've tried blueish white and standard white PLA/PHA in the past. Didn't like them one bit, ugly surface finish. Later found out they're notoriously hard to print with. Moved to another brand.

I would like to give Colorfabb another try. As is the case with all filament manufacturers, some colours print better than others. I know quite some of you use Colorfabb's PLA/PHA. It would be great if anyone could share their experiences with different colours from Colorfabb's PLA/PHA range. I'm mostly interested in surface finish quality (I always print 0.2mm layers @20mm/s) and great layer bonding properties with no stringing or blobs. I heard Dutch Orange is good, what else? Thanks!:)

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