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Introducing Fresh New Colors Now Available on Shapeways


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Awesome!! The colors look great -- very vibrant and saturated. :-)
#1 archenemy76 (Homepage) on 2012-04-04 18:52 (Reply)
Thanks!!! We have a few more colors in the pipeline. Still tweaking based on customer feedback. Hope to have a few more goodies for you guys soon. Woot woot!
#2 nancyliang on 2012-04-04 19:05 (Reply)
Also, feel free to let us know if you have any other color request!
#3 nancyliang on 2012-04-04 19:14 (Reply)
YAY! They look fantastic! I love the saturation, can't wait to wear the red pendant for spring.
#4 ByNatalia (Homepage) on 2012-04-04 21:04 (Reply)
"Color is a toy; let's play with it." (Kitty Bitty)

The new colors look great well done. It s also great to hear that there are a few more colors in the works that you are still tweaking. I was very hopeful that the new colors would reflect those colors shown on the clock in the earlier blog - I waited up till 3am (Australia time) to see the new colors and was a little disappointed .

As for new colors check out 'Kitty Bitty - Ongoing Project: 99 rainbows'. manicured photos on flickr - there are some colors I would like to see.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/36513904@N05/sets/72157625166783195/
#5 JRT on 2012-04-05 00:01 (Reply)
Hey, is anyone else having trouble ordering the new colors?

I edited my listings to have the new colors, but for some reason only still see the old ones to purchase.
#6 cwestbrook on 2012-04-05 02:19 (Reply)
Same problem here, new colors are not visible after editing.

But I also noticed that purple is more expensive than red and black. Is this because you make purple with red and blue :-) ?
#7 Wahtah on 2012-04-05 09:08 (Reply)
Hi,

Me too, I've just tried minutes ago to upgrade my colour list but it's still showing the old colours. I think we have to wait.

However, nice colours! I'm waiting to test and see them.

Dario
#8 Dario Scapitta Design (Homepage) on 2012-04-05 09:15 (Reply)
Colors should be working properly now,

Please let us know if you have any issues..

Thanks
#9 Duann on 2012-04-05 16:40 (Reply)
Yay! Thanks for the info Duann.
#10 CWestbrook on 2012-04-05 19:05 (Reply)
Yeah!!!!!!

One of the new colors is on the window sill now...

LOVE it...
#11 duann on 2012-04-05 19:10 (Reply)
Two questions, coming any other colors?
Or only red (might be okay) and purple (no need). If not it mean for me a
real step backward.

Still need a blue and any green, yellow would be nice.


And what is about the amazing squishy material (my last hope...).
#12 schnellingo on 2012-04-06 13:08 (Reply)
Working on a blue. :-) Green is in the pipeline as well but after the blue.

As for the squishy, we are getting closer and closer. Since this is a new material (for the entire industry) it's taking some time to tweak just right. When we launch we want to make sure we deliver quality squishiness to you guys.
#13 nancyliang on 2012-04-06 14:43 (Reply)
Hi Nancy
i hope you will make us as next blue a deep outremer blue or klein blue
as brilliant for the blue than the new red
#14 raymond Aschheim (Homepage) on 2012-04-10 12:59 (Reply)
Is a metallic colour an option? Metallic blue would be nice!
#15 Wesley Günter (Homepage) on 2012-04-14 23:25 (Reply)
The colours look nice but it is a shame that there are only two of them. Is there a technical reason other colours can't be used in 3D printing? Hopefully a full range of colours will be available eventually.
#16 alexander.rodgers on 2012-04-16 21:44 (Reply)

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