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MosaicManufacturing

Multi-Color Golf Course ("Splice Links")

by MosaicManufacturing Sep 12, 2018
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Guess it's supposed to be printed over 2 or more pritns as it contains more colors than just 4?

Hey dintid, this model was designed to be printed with Palette as you'd be able to assign a color to each part of the model, then have it sliced to be printed in multiple colors. We have a tutorial for our CANVAS slicer which shows how this is done: http://mm3d.co/canvas-onboarding

Yes, I know it's supposed to be designed for Palette.. I do have a P2, but there are way more than 4 colors used.Hence my question?

Sorry for the confusion! Although there are more than 4 parts to the model, you'll be able to assign the same color to multiple parts. We wanted to provide the user with more flexibility when printing the model by providing more parts.

Wow, you just keep up misunderstanding what I'm saying.
I do of course know I can assign the same color to different pieces, but that's not what's going on here.
In your phtoo you have 6 or 7 colors on the total printed piece - all put together. That is not possible using Palette.
So what I'm trying to get to know is if you printed the BASE (grey) and the TEXT (white) first.. then printed the rest, and glued it together.. or printed the trees seperately and glued them on later, or, or?

Thanks for clarifying. This was done using our Change Filament feature, where you're able to swap out filament during a print.

Awesome! Inspiring. Excited about the Palette 2 dropping soon!

Thank you so much, we're excited too!