2 Methods that I've used to 3D-Print multi-color objects with FDM Printers
Updated: Nov 6, 2021
When I print multi-color objects with FDM printers - objects that are similar with the object below in terms of their colors - I will usually use 1 of the following 2 methods:
1. Slice the model in the Simplify3D slicing software such that the printing process will pause at a certain height;
2. Use an FDM printer that can print multiple materials. This could be dual-extruder printers such as some of the printers that are offered by Flashforge 3D Printer®, or multi-material printers such as the Prusa Research i3 MMU2S printer.
If you would like to discuss those 2 methods with me in more detail, you can comment below or message me directly.
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