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recycled Re-filament Black ABS

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So I tried the stuff made from recycled car dashboards..... at least the spool I have is total crap. Layer bonding is horrible... tried a few prints but can't get it to work. Tried 230 - 250 celsius.  Layer bonding is so poor that a print broke during printing....

So time ago I tried the refillament PET and thats nice stuff, but this ABS it terrible. Curious if it's just my roll....anybody else tried this?

http://www.re-filament.com/

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