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Hi all,

took sometime to find my way on the forum again....:)

A material question.

Yesterday I made my first roll of recycled PP filament.https://www.facebook.com/kees.deligt/videos/1154769167884844/?pnref=story

For a first try, did not look too bad.

But...

Any tips or tricks for printing?

I can't keep it stuck to the bed. tried temperatures from 70 to 110 C.

Using tape or gluestick.

Nothing seem to work....

Regards Kees

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Hi all,

took sometime to find my way on the forum again....:)

A material question.

Yesterday I made my first roll of recycled PP filament.https://www.facebook.com/kees.deligt/videos/1154769167884844/?pnref=story

For a first try, did not look too bad.

But...

Any tips or tricks for printing?

I can't keep it stuck to the bed. tried temperatures from 70 to 110 C.

Using tape or gluestick.

Nothing seem to work....

Regards Kees

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