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Posted (edited) · ULTIMAKER Filament Print temp?

Why Ultimaker do not write the print temp of their materials on the store page?

PLA

PLA FLEXIBLE

ABS

CPE

Print temp?

Bed temp?

What glue to use on the bed?

Thanks a lot :)

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Posted · ULTIMAKER Filament Print temp?

There is not 1 temperature for filament, it depends on print layer and speed as well.

I would recommend to read this blog, we dedicated a part to print profiles.

Bed temps is 60ºC for PLA, 100ºC for ABS and CPE.

For PLA you usually don't need glue unless it is a pretty big print.

You could use a regular glue stick.

For ABS we do recommend to use a glue stick.

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Posted · ULTIMAKER Filament Print temp?

I missed that blog post    That's a good read....bookmarked!

 

In your settings you can choose to receive notifications when we publish a new blog post. You never have to miss anything again :D

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Posted · ULTIMAKER Filament Print temp?

There is not 1 temperature for filament, it depends on print layer and speed as well.

I would recommend to read this blog, we dedicated a part to print profiles.

Bed temps is 60ºC for PLA, 100ºC for ABS and CPE.

For PLA you usually don't need glue unless it is a pretty big print.

You could use a regular glue stick.

For ABS we do recommend to use a glue stick.

 

CAN'T FIND IT :(

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Posted · ULTIMAKER Filament Print temp?

 

There is not 1 temperature for filament, it depends on print layer and speed as well.

I would recommend to read this blog, we dedicated a part to print profiles.

Bed temps is 60ºC for PLA, 100ºC for ABS and CPE.

For PLA you usually don't need glue unless it is a pretty big print.

You could use a regular glue stick.

For ABS we do recommend to use a glue stick.

 

CAN'T FIND IT :(

 

It is at the bottom of the blog.

And watch your capslock.

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I missed that blog post    That's a good read....bookmarked!

 

In your settings you can choose to receive notifications when we publish a new blog post. You never have to miss anything again :D

 

great tip thnx! when will the next part "printing" be published?

very interesting read was part 1 btw, thanks a lot for that!

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I missed that blog post    That's a good read....bookmarked!

 

In your settings you can choose to receive notifications when we publish a new blog post. You never have to miss anything again :D

 

great tip thnx! when will the next part "printing" be published?

very interesting read was part 1 btw, thanks a lot for that!

 

can you replay a link ? i can't find it

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