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Unterschied B-B zu A-A Extruder bzw. gehen da auch andere Spezialsupportfilamente?

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ich frage mich gerade, was der Unterschied, bzw. das besondere ist, daß der B-B Extruder am UM3

für PVA ist?

Kann dieser auch andere Materialien verarbeiten? Konkret denke ich da nämlich über

https://www.filamentworld.de/?s=ethylay&post_type=product&utm_source=Filamentworld+Newsletter&utm_campaign=1d852ef0d8-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2017_05_02&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_c1098c7afd-1d852ef0d8-277962249 nach.

Dieses ist Supportmaterial, was in Alkohl lösbar ist, also weniger Problematisch bezüglich Luftfeuchtigkeit

wie PVA.

Weiß da jemand eventuell genaueres?

Gruß, Digibike

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Leider keine Infos vorhanden. Ich denke nicht dass die BB cores damit getestet wurden, sondern nur mit PVA. Und wenn ich bedenke wie speziell PVA ist dass es eine andere Nozzle-Struktur erfordert hat, dann glaube ich nicht dass anderes, entfernt ähnliches Filament damit kompatibel ist.

Aber es kann auch sein dass die Unterschiede minimal ist. Falls du es testest, dann bin ich sehr gespannt :)

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