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Hello All, I would like to share my first attepmts with Colorfabb woodfill, setings : nozzle 0,8mm., resolution 0,27mm. Rest settings from web page profile. To me prints looks preety nice, but  if you have Tips , comments are very image.thumb.jpeg.bf8d577a3e78207d22644c6f3e1f1c60.jpegwelcome!

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- Thank you, yes, actualy exactly in the chest area I changed from 240C down to 230C for printing head of owl. That`s more visible on the back side- photo. Still learning and experimenting with woodfill settings. I tried yesterday also 0,4mm. layer hight, but with not good resuts - under extrusion and a lot of strings. I`m lookingIMG_8429.thumb.JPG.e4a4cf163b7585264fca99066116fe14.JPG to find tips for settings.

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not bad for your first woodfill print, good job :)

You can try the 0.4 mm nozzle too. The overall quality of your print will be higher.

I use these settings :

nozzle : 0,4mm

speed : 50 mm/s

layer : 0.2 mm (I know they recommend 0.27 but 0.2 seems to work fine for me)

retraction speed: 40 mm/s and distance 5.5 mm

Good luck :)

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