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  1. To be honest, i've never thought about the retraction speed and so on. I'll definitely check it out
  2. I kept both cores and feeders clean. Generally i use the recommended print settings for all the filaments that i extruded. Now i will try to put back to 1/2 the tension of the spring. I don't understand what i need to do with PVA filament in terms of tension of spring in the feeder.
  3. In the attached file you can see the current position of the spring in the feeder. I try to print and i can still notice a lack of filament's portion (not so bad as the filament in the image above). I do not use any polybox and i clean the core frequently.
  4. Hi everyone, I have a problem with filaments that broke in the feeders. In the attached file you can see different filaments (pla and pva) with this kind of problem. Do you have any advice about it? I try to loosen the screw, connected to the spring (in the feeder's box, back of the Ultimaker S5), but I got poor results.
  5. Hi everyone, I'm wondering if anyone can help me in this topic. Sometimes when I open a stl file, a support cylinder appears on the table built plate. Is there any chance i can delete this cylinder, that do no exist in the stl file? In the attached file, the figure, that i want to delete, is in the top corner. Thanks
  6. The cost is about 40/50 euro/chilo. I don't now anything about the transit time. I think BASF hasn't any problem in term of quantity to post-process.
  7. no, the filament is in transit. the core is CC 0.6 and i will send the green parts back to BASF for post processing. Did you try to extrude this material?
  8. ciao Luca, proverei a variare temperatura e % infill, tendenzialmente riducendo entrambi
  9. Hi everyone, I just bought an Ultrafuse BASF 316 LX filament and i'm going to use it with an Ultimaker S5. I'm wondering if anyone can give me any tip and tricks (temperature, shell, infill, quality, velocity, sample part to create) in order to properly create a perfect green part with this new material. Thanks in advice.
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