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Way better than expected.

Feeder pressure set to minimum, 0.8 mm nozzle, 0.2 mm layer, 15 mm/s, 225°C, no retraction, some drops of oil, no modifications to the feeder

Requires some patience but the 0.8 mm nozzle somehow compensates for the 15 mm/s.

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I would love to see a working version of this, using the second extruder for flex/complex materials and maybe to have 1.75 at the same time on the second extruder hole.

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I haven't had time to develop my version as much yet, but it works quite well so far.

Whoever claimed you can not use retraction when printing ninjaflex are wrong by the way:

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