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The absolute favorite and must-have for everyone’s filament portfolio; Standard Black. By far the most popular 3d printing color in our portfolio. There’s something about black 3d prints that just make the parts look really nice. If you can’t decide on color than you’ll always have Standard Black to rely on.
Neutral but definitely not boring, our standard white is one of those essential filaments for every maker out there. Our standard white is just a tad creamy giving your prints a warm and classic appeal. Looking for a colder type of white? Try our blueish white!
Bright red like the traffic lights causing everything and everyone to stop right in its tracks. Whether your 3d printing a demon from hell or an Italian sports car, our Traffic Red will not disappoint.
During the Renaissance, ultramarine was the most expensive pigment a painter could use. Our color inspired by the original ultramarine blue will make you 3d prints look super classy. Since our Ultramarine blue is also ever so slightly translucent, it reminds of gemstones and how they play with the light.
ColorFabb CopperFill is a high-quality PLA 3D printing filament, loaded with a high amount of copper particles, specially developed for aesthetic prints. After printing, the objects need to be polished which will result in shiny copper-like objects.
3d printing with metal on your own desktop 3d printer! This amazing one of a kind filament will allow you to print with actual bronze at home! Straight from the printer parts look almost laser sintered with a matte finish.
Robots, space crafts or maybe some delicate jewelry. Shining Silver is a beautiful dark silver color which makes your project look fabulous. This is the perfect color if you’re looking for something that adds a bit of sparkle to your 3d prints.
If you’re looking for something special in your filament portfolio then consider our woodFill filament. About 70% colorfabb PLA and 30% recycled wood fibers. Your prints will look absolutely amazing and your 3d printer cave will smell like a woodshop!
Colorfabb developed its own unique blend of PLA/PHA which results in a tougher and less brittle PLA 3d printing filament. PHA (polyhydroxyalkanoate) is like PLA a bio-polyester, so this blend is still 100% biodegradable.
This delicious shade of yellow is very intense to make sure your models look absolutely stunning. Whether your printing cheese or a New York taxi cab this shade of yellow will make every print look amazing.
A fruity, mouthwatering delicious shade of orange. Orange is our national color so we know how to make a great orange looking filament. Just to acknowledge that all colorFabb filaments are produced in the Netherlands, we called this our Dutch Orange
Chocolate Brown with its intensely dark brown color is a true homage to the great Belgium chocolates if only it tasted as good! If this shade of brown is a bit too dark for you, take a look at our milky Light Brown.
A neutral color, located between black and white, but not boring at all. With just a dash of blue our grey is much more interesting looking than most standard grey colors. We think it adds some mystique and character to your 3d prints that you for sure will appreciate!
Buttery, creamy and super smooth. This is our base material for all of our PLA/PHA filaments. It’s a great neutral color which is just a slight bit translucent, which helps hide the layer definition. If you’re into painting 3d prints then we would recommend this material.
Located midway red and blue on the RGB and CMYK color wheel, this is truly a vibrant color. Originally this color was first used in dyes and was named fuchsine. The color was renamed later to magenta in honor of the war fought between the French and Austrians at the town Magenta, Italy.
A quirky and interesting greenish shade of turquoise, great for those nautical themed 3d prints. Turquoise is usually perceived as somewhere between blue and green which makes this such an interesting color. This should for sure add some mystique to your 3d projects.
A super intense shade of pink that would even make Paris Hilton jealous. This color just screams for attention which should be great for 3d printing toys and jewelry. The fluorescent pigment doesn’t make this filament radiate like a glow in the dark filament, but see it as a very very intense bright pink.
A warmer, slightly less intense shade of red compared to our Traffic Red. This color is also a very slight bit translucent. If you’re looking for a different kind of red then perhaps Warm Red will surprise you!
This one will make your taste buds go crazy! The color of our transparent red reminds of the sweetest candy. Even though the filament looks good enough to eat, we don’t recommend you try this.
A very zesty and fresh transparent yellow. Perfect for vases and lampshades that require a bit of color and transparency at the same time.
Do not mistake this beige for any plain old beige. This one is much more interesting and modern with a slightly green shade, just to give it that extra special look. Combined with Olive Green and Light Brown it makes the perfect combination for military-themed 3d prints!
This is our classy and elegant shade of gold. Not intense like Olympic Gold but more subtle with a resemblance to a pale bronze-like color. It is beautiful and a very uncommon kind of color which will make your prints stand out from the crowd.
Use your Imagination to print with our Violet Transparent Filament.
This shade of white isn’t blue like the name might suggest. The bluish term is used to indicate this is a very cold shade of white and not as creamy as our standard white. So if you're looking for intense snow-white 3d prints then we would recommend Bluish White filament.
This one is for the winners, the absolute champions of 3d printing! Print like a champion with our Olympic Gold. Every 3d print will look like a winner in this color, perfect for making your own custom trophies and awards!
“Steel yourself” With steelFill we are adding a fourth metal-based 3D print filament to our portfolio after successfully announcing bronzeFill in 2014, copper fill later that year and brassFill in early 2015
There are many shades of olive green, ours is focused towards the dark greenish side. It reminds a bit of an army green shade, so this color would be perfect for scale models of tanks, soldiers and such!
At least as bright as a summer day, that’s how intense this shade of blue really is. We have no doubt this vivid blue color will complement your designs.
A very special pigment makes this filament the most intense green color in our filament portfolio as of yet. The fluorescent pigment doesn’t make this filament radiate like a glow in the dark filament, but see it as a very very intense bright green.
The Hulk, Ninja Turtles, and the Green Goblin ain’t got nothing on our Intense Green. Our shade of green makes these guys fade in comparison! If you’re looking for a vibrant, fresh green color, look no further! We’re sure that this color will be to your liking.
This tone of green reminds of the beautiful luscious dark green leaves that grow on trees. It’s almost as if this filament was made of leaves. Less bright than our Intense Green but just as pretty to look at!
Creamy and delicious like milk chocolate should be, that’s how your models will look when printed with our fabulous Light Brown filament. Looking for a darker and even richer chocolate feel? Check out our Chocolate Brown filament.
Perhaps we should have called it Intergalactic transparent green. This shade of green is perfect for those science fiction themed 3d prints. Think about it, with this filament you can 3d print your own lightsabers, phasers, and kryptonite, the stuff superman can’t stand.
Lilac is a pale violet color which can be found in nature itself, just take a look at all the amazing flowers. It’s a lovely subtle color which we haven’t seen much of in the 3d printing community. That’s why we added this one to our PLA/PHA color portfolio. Our Lila filament will make every 3d print look adorable and cute.
Translucent and NOT transparent, that’s how we describe this color. It’s a bit cloudy like a wheat beer accept that the color is orange. This orange color is very similar to the indicator type of orange used in car signal lighting.