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Taulman 910 delaminating

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I have an ultimaker original + with the hot end and extruder from the 2+ and I have been having all of my nylon prints delaminate on me. I normally print with the nozzle at 245 and the bed at 45 with my ultimaker 2 and it works great but I can not get any good prints out of my original +. My current settings ate a .1mm layer height, 40mm/s 100% infill, and 100% flow. I have tried hot end temperatures between 245 and 255 and print bed temperatures from 45 to 65 with no luck. I have made sure that the nylon is completely dry and blocking of the sides and front of the ultimaker original with no luck. Any help would be appreciated.

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