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Creating Machine threads in a part

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I am using a Tazbot5 printer (sorry that I didn't know of your Ultimaker system) and want to create a threaded part that also has overhangs. What is the best settings to get fine threads and still allow for good quality on my overhangs? What nozzle size would be best? Speed, temps??

I am using HIPS material but could change to a ABS.

My nozzle is a .5mm using 2.85 filament. 5a33204c9d11a_ThreadedPart1.jpeg.8aab055aef6e1ad3beae33dae06ddde3.jpeg

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