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There's a 6th topic somewhere even better than those 5. Quick answer: use oil. Print 240C and 10mm/sec. Oil is most important!

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Should try printing with the new TPU 95A. Works really well espeically with the upgraded feeder and is super easy to print with. I have have just been printing with it on my 2+ making handlebar grips and a flexable components

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