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    Question I want to buy a RGB 3D Printer

    Looking to buy a 3D Printer which can print in RGB in reasonable prices

    and i want to make sure i can print big projects such as skulls/masks and more " wristbands etc etc" and when i print them so there will be no strings on the project if possible
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    what's your budget ?

    There are a number of options, from a full on connex full colour for a couple of hundred thousand dollars, on down to the xyzprinting davinci for around 3000 pounds: https://www.amazon.co.uk/XYZ-Printin...gateway&sr=8-3

    Then there are the other options where you add an external filament mixer to a bog standard i3.
    palette 2 from mosaic: https://www.mosaicmfg.com/products/palette-2
    starts at $500.

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    Quote Originally Posted by curious aardvark View Post
    what's your budget ?


    starts at $500.
    my budget is around 2000-1000 usd dollars

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    In that case a decent i3 and the top of the range mosaic setup is definitely your best bet :-)

    Couple the mosaic with a formbot raptor: https://www.formbot3d.com/formbot-ra...ing-p0022.html
    And for under $2000 you've got a multi coplour/multi media setup that will print 400x400x500mm :-)

    Check with mosaic people that it'll work with a raptor - can't see why it wouldn't. ut always worth a check anyway.

    As far as your other query goes. rgb models - not a clue :-)

    Also no idea how you'd go about designing full colour parts eithger - I currently only use openscad and while i can make dual colour/material models. It's just by making the model in 2 interconnecting parts.

    For a full colour print you'd need a cad setup that knew about colours. Ask mosaic what they recommend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by curious aardvark View Post
    In that case a decent i3 and the top of the range mosaic setup is definitely your best bet :-)

    Couple the mosaic with a formbot raptor: https://www.formbot3d.com/formbot-ra...ing-p0022.html
    And for under $2000 you've got a multi coplour/multi media setup that will print 400x400x500mm :-)

    Check with mosaic people that it'll work with a raptor - can't see why it wouldn't. ut always worth a check anyway.

    As far as your other query goes. rgb models - not a clue :-)

    Also no idea how you'd go about designing full colour parts eithger - I currently only use openscad and while i can make dual colour/material models. It's just by making the model in 2 interconnecting parts.

    For a full colour print you'd need a cad setup that knew about colours. Ask mosaic what they recommend.
    sounds great thanks but is there a printer thats already assembled?
    so i won't have to mess around with assembling it

    and you know i want to buy a rgb printer cuz im not to sure about it but im looking for 3D Models thats RGB Colored so i can use them and just print them away you know any places that got 3D Models?

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    Here is an example of what i want to print in colored rgb
    https://www.cgtrader.com/3d-models/m...rick-and-morty

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    yes the xyz one I linked to. https://www.amazon.co.uk/XYZ-Printin...gateway&sr=8-3
    That's the cheapest all in one full colour fully assembled on the market.

    It's actually generally easier to print in one colopur and then paint the models :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by curious aardvark View Post
    yes the xyz one I linked to. https://www.amazon.co.uk/XYZ-Printin...gateway&sr=8-3
    That's the cheapest all in one full colour fully assembled on the market.

    It's actually generally easier to print in one colopur and then paint the models :-)
    Damn thats kinda expensive but i will save up for this i will wait a bit couple of months or so and purchase my first one thanks man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by curious aardvark View Post
    yes the xyz one I linked to. https://www.amazon.co.uk/XYZ-Printin...gateway&sr=8-3
    That's the cheapest all in one full colour fully assembled on the market.

    It's actually generally easier to print in one colopur and then paint the models :-)
    would you be able to answer one of my posts as well? https://3dprintboard.com/showthread....725#post130725

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    From the reviews on Amazon USA, it's not looking good. (Only two reviews, but both one star for the same reason!)
    https://www.amazon.com/Vinci-Color-M...ustomerReviews

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