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Colorfabb White PLA.. eeek not white !!

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just to let people know.

I received a large 2kg roll of PLA white from colorfabb.

I had a model half completed and needed more pla white.

the original white was from ultimaker and was paper white.. snowy white !

but now i started printing with colorfabbs white yesterday and it comes out like a.. light cream white.. kinda antik look !

so just for information if you buy colorfabb white, it isnt pure white, its granny cream white,...

and now I have to reprint all my model, so it looks all the same... :-(

also note ! the pla flows and prints greats ! but becareful... you will get models that look like DDR antik models !!.. add the dust and sell on ebay antik section ;-)

Ian

 

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then you should have ordered the blueish-white....... :eek:

 

to be honest. I was also offered the blue white... but stupid me... I thought blue white would be a tiny bit blue... so i went for the normal pla white.. not thinking it would look like a old pair of granny underpants !

Ian

 

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