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Posted · New Filament to try T-lyne

It would be interesting to try.

Its a shame the softening temp is so low.

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Posted · New Filament to try T-lyne

I'm struggling a bit to print this at the moment.

I get a hollow test pyramid going no problem, and usually right at the transition from the base to the pillars my hotend stops extruding the filament.

I'm printing @

20 mm/s

245 C

0.1 layers

Did you ever get it sorted??

Anyone have any tips?

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