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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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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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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!

 

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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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