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T-Glase Successful Settings

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Hey There

I've been using Taulman T-Glase (from Matterhacker) exclusively for a while now and have had excellent results with many tens of prints using the following settings for the different nozzles:

UM2+

For all the below prints/nozzles:

- Bed is coated with that PVA glue that kids use. Wipe down after applying with warm et cloth so the layer is very thin. My T-Glase parts pop off with just a little pressure from a scraper. No broken glass etc so far...

- Bed heat is 50oC

0.25 Nozzle

Nozzle temp: 220oC

First layer height: 0.15mm

Layer height: 0.1mm

Print speed: 15mm/s

Travel speed: 15mm/s

Bottom layer speed: 10mm/s

Fans: Off

0.4 Nozzle

Nozzle temp: 215oC

First layer height: 0.2mm

Layer height: 0.2mm (or 0.1mm works fine)

Print speed: 20mm/s

Travel speed: 30mm/s

Bottom layer speed: 10mm/s

Fans: Off

0.6 Nozzle

Nozzle temp: 215oC

First layer height: 0.3mm

Layer height: 0.3mm (or 0.2mm works fine)

Print speed: 30mm/s

Travel speed: 50mm/s

Bottom layer speed: 10mm/s

Fans: Off

Not tried the big boy 0.8mm nozzle yet.

Hope this helps someone.

Cheers.

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