3D-Print your own filament!
Please see the video for more information, and a proper look at these prints - The pictures don’t do the colors justice!:
Its sounds crazy, but it works! This technique will allow you to create one offs, and to color match your 3D-prints.
It works by changing the filament (and the color) of your filament while printing, and this causes a multi colored filament, that can be printed again to archive a homogenic-color.
Use 100% infill and turn off combing! – I’m still working on Slicer settings, since I still get wired travels in the middle, that make my filament less consistent. -Please share your slicer settings if you find something that works well!
When printing with the 3d-printed-fillament, you need to increase the flow, I had to increase it to 150%, but this number will vary from printer to printer, some experimenting is required.
There are 2 STLs, one that gives you around 7g of material, and one that gives you 30g.
Both are designed around a ~200x200mm print bed.
Check out my social media for sneak peaks and memes: