Unlike FDM 3d printers that require filament change in order to change the color, or Inkjet head 3d printers that drop the color on the powder, we inject the color dye directly into the source material, right before it exits the nozzle. This allows changing color as many times as needed without stopping the printing process. It can be pre-programmed and input from the CAD software or changed manually by the user in real-time mode.
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