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Anyone have a cheat sheet for settings and parameters or any experience with this material?  I am using it for an industrial application and can't seem to get it to quit curling or not sticking to the platform.  Not a fan of air builds.

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The best PC results I had involved using an enclosed UM2 and a thin film of superglue on the cold glass build plate, then heated the bed to desired temp after the glue dried. Lots of scraping with a razor blade was required to get all the glue off the plate after, but the parts stayed very flat on the plate during the build. Beware of glue fumes because they are potent.

Or go back to more friendly filaments til better ones are developed (that's what I decided)

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