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Hi, I am currently wondering how I can print multicolor 3D objects with my “Ultimaker 2”. So far, I just found a product called “Spectrom”.It would be great to get some suggestions for an easy installation with at least 6 different colors. It is not an alternative to buy a color printer. Therefore, it has to be a solution addon. Thank you:)

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Look into a product called "mosaic". They are out of canada. It only works on 1.75mm filament but you can get a 1.75mm conversion kit from 3dsolex as well. They do I think only up to 4 colors. If 2 colors are enough look into the "mark 2 upgrade".]

Usually multicolor printing is done by printing separate parts and connecting them together later. This is true of most things I find in Walmart as well.

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