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Old 07-22-2019, 04:55 PM
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Originally Posted by andreas78 View Post
- that's actually the downside, it really has to be dried for at least 8 hours at about 70-80C. I had the feeling my dehydrator is not hot enough, so I use an old oven. Freshly dried it prints nicely, but that degrades quickly after 48hours.
- you probably need at least a steel nozzle or even better a hardened steel nozzle, because the material is abrasive.
Wow are you really drying that often? Are you storing your material in the bathtub? This product looks awesome and has great characteristics but alittle hesitant to pull the trigger with it being so hygroscopic.

I just picked up some Taulman Tech-G. It took a few tries to get the prints to stick (had to run up the bed temp to 80C for the first few layers) but otherwise its been pretty good. Way tougher then PLA. I am track testing a few parts still but hoping its strong enough. Otherwise was looking at 910 as the next filament option.
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