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Advise for Ultimaker 2+ extended .8 nozzle printing needed

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Going with the 1/2 the nozzle size formula for the level size worked. I managed to go down to .3 and get a good print. Temps were not changed at all. (Matterhacker natural 5 lb spool prints best at 200.) Maybe the 2+ has better temperature control to compensate the larger available nozzles?

I had zero infill and no supports at all, and other than a few places that were horizontal and dropped out some, the print came out great!

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