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Colorfabb makes PLA Color on Demand available to Ultimaker users via our material alliance in Cura. 
You can access all available materials via Cura > Marketplace > Materials. 


Are you curious about others experiences using PLA Color on Demand or do you have any other questions regarding this filament? Feel free to post them below. 


Some links you might find useful:
Technical Data Sheet

Safety Data Sheet
How does it work

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Not a question, but my experiences.

Colorfabb offers a really great service! I sent a request for a new color to them last Friday and got today an email with a picture of the first attempt to match the requested Pantone color. And the match is nearly perfect!


Very impressed! 

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Beware computer colour matching, it is normally not reliable. Their service offers an an injection moulded block in your colour, which is a fabulous service. For UK users and probably others they will translate Pantone codes into the European RAL/REL codes (one of those two!)

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