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UPET (CPE) Warping Badly?

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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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