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Special Filaments!!! Have any of you tried the filaments of marble, brick, stone, CAEMENTUM?

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After googling about them and checking the price I will never try them. Afaik they need slow print speeds, the filament it's easy to snap (bad for bowden) it's horrible for retracts (like wood filaments) and if you get a clog you can say goodbye to the nozzle.

For mate prints I prefer to use pla-tec materials that are really easy to sand and it's just as easy as pla to print with.

Google a bit about that filaments.

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