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Ultimaker 2 ABS printing +Zebra Plate

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Hello Friends.

I am posting some tip how to print ABS without any hair spray ,glue sticks, kapton etc...

just order zebraplate for your printer ~60$

http://www.printinz.com/zebra-plates/

Printing settings change: (other settings are factory default)

Build plate temp: 255

Fan on: 17%

More tips:

ZebraPlate: print on the black side.

Brim: print with Brim to calibrate z axis manually with screws.

Remove the 3d model when build plate is cool with scraper.

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Out of curiosity, did you mean that the nozzle temperature was 255, not build plate? The print bed at 255 is, for one, impossible as far as I know, and would also destroy the Zebra plate.

What bed temperature setting are you using? I know some heat is lost between the bed and the print surface (about 30 degrees by PrintInZ's own admission, 110 in the setting vs 80 on the actual surface).

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