Contest is now closed. All winners are announced below.

In January 2020 we’re holding a #MadeWithcolorFabb contest. All our customers are invited to share their prints on social media. Every five days we select a winner who gets four spools of filament. At the end of the month we select a winning Read more about the contest here. We will select several winners during the month which will be posted below (most recent one on top).


January overall winner

The big winner is the impressive, and still on-going, Mimphonium project. Check out the website for more information. Printed parts are made with PLA/PHA Standard White. Domenico Marseglia is the winner of 10 spools of colorFabb filaments!


January 30th

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#3dprinting a holder #madewithcolorfabb worth a few cents, to mount a 30 mm round monocrystalline Quartz worth 500 €, inside the vacuum chamber of our laser amplifier worth ~1 Million €! This simple crystal is one key component of our Laser for reaching a record energy of 10 Joules with 1 Picosecond pulse duration and doing so 10 shots per second. The holder had to be extremely thin (0.4 mm) in order to not block any of the 24 laser beams that pass by the Quartz extremely close. You can see each beam's mirror in the background. Our workshop could not manufacture it that thin, and we needed it fast. So I printed it on my own 3D printer with @colorfabb_official PLA/PHA since out of experience it's strong and does not crack over time like other PLA might do, and most important: It does not gas out for our vacuum pressures of around 0.1 mBar. #3dprinting #e3d #colorfabb #anycubic #laser #science #thorlabs #lioptec

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A holder for a monochrystalline quartz, part of a million dollar laser amplifier by YAGjunky made with PLA/PHA (original Instagram post)


January 25th

Automated cat feeder system by Douglas Craig, made with nGen Dark Gray (original Tweet & design link)


January 20th

A garden hose connector by The 3D Smith (The Netherlands), made with PLA Economy (Original Tweet)


January 15th

A lamp shade by Johan Gude (The Netherlands) made with copperFill and a strip of colorFabb_HT (Original Facebook and Instagram post)


Winner January 10th

Printing a 1/4 scale rail road piece by Derek Cameron (USA) on the Blackbelt 3D with Color on Demand (Original tweet)



Winner January 5th

A nut dispenser for birds made by Jouni Lunden (Finland), using nGen and PLA filament. (Original tweet)


Prints in the banner designed by David Östman and Rober Rollin, printed by colorFabb with PLA Economy filaments. Check out Rober Rollin’s website here.


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