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Using PLA with Hot Solenoids

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I have a need for printing some 3D printed things in PLA that need to tightly hold a solenoid that will get very hot. As of right now it's melting the PLA pretty good and allowing things to move around. Will ABS fix this? I'm not sure it will. Any ideas of how to tightly grip the solenoid with something and dissipate the heat before it gets to the PLA? Ideally it would be a simple hack. Thanks for the help.

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