Rit DyeMore, Rit’s New Polyester Dye #3DThursday #3DPrinting


ritstudio shares:

while nylon has always been a material Rit could dye, it dyes to even richer shades with DyeMore, Rit DyeMore once again allows you to dye these items bright, beautiful colors. And it can dye your 3D printed creations too.

read more on: https://www.ritstudio.com/2015/04/15/announcing-rit-dyemore-rits-new-polyester-dye/

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1 Comment

  1. Loving the look of these dyes! The colors look fantastic – especially like the look of that minty green.

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