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settings for pla and xt for a gameboy pi

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hello guys,

it is my first time using the ultimaker 2 and i need some help,

first of all, let me explain a little bit about the model:

i am trying to make a gameboy raspberry (http://imgur.com/a/gFhk7)

and because i want to use it like a final product i would love to have a really hight quality ending pieces.

i am going to print on part in colorfabb_XT black of 2.85 diam and the other one in PLA/PHA sky blue from colorfabb of 2.85 diam too.

here i add the link of the to parts that i want to print:

https://skfb.ly/OVQZ

https://skfb.ly/OVQr

i would love some recomendations in the different settings it is the first time  i am using the ultimaker 2 before i was using the zortrax 3d printer where you dont need to change things, only the material so i dont have any idea.

it really doesnt matter how much time takes to print

thanks

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