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UPET (CPE) Warping Badly?

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Posted · UPET (CPE) Warping Badly?

Ive been using PLA for the most part of printing, but now i need a slightly stronger part and Im trying to use this Neon Green UPET or CPE as they call it on the ultimaker website, but about a quarter into the print one side starts warping uncontrollably and the print gets disoriented. Can anyone tell me how to fix this issue?

Im printing at 240 C at 45mm/sec with my printbead at 60c.

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Posted · UPET (CPE) Warping Badly?

use a couple drops of CA glue, spread out thin with a razor blade. Fixed all my issues with adhesion. (ABS or otherwise.) ;)

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Posted · UPET (CPE) Warping Badly?

Just search these forums for ABS juice, hairspray and glue stick. There are loads of methods that will make your prints stick, and everyone swears by their method. I swear *at* my method, but that's a different story.

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