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Hi

I have try to print ABS but the nozzle did not inject the materials

I have heated up the nozzle head 260 c. and move the materials but its still not work.

Pls , suggest and help

Thank you very much

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Im printing for 5-6 pieces and it s work well, then it did not come out without any stuck abs at the tip of nozzle.

Thanks

Ps sorry, my net is very sluggish, i thought that the post was not worked.

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Woww,  it s work,  thanks so much for the suggestion.

Can i ask you another question,

I m trying to print the scaffold which is 2.5 mm. Thickness and light 1 g

However, my work is detached from the platform before the printing finished. Do you have any suggestion.

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Ok cool, glad to help.

So if you want ho have your object stick better to the heated bed, you could print with "brim". This will create an thin outline around that object extending its overall surface and help it stick better to the heated bed.

If you print with ABS google "ABS slurry" or "ABS juice". You can produce this kind of "glue" that you need to put on the heated bed before starting a print.

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