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UM3 printing on wood


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Posted (edited) · UM3 printing on wood

Use a diluted glue and barnish the wood and make sure the surface is flat. Ofc you will need to use the manual leveling.

It should work without much issues. Ofc a very slow first layer with perfect calibration will help. The nozzle heat will make the adhesive react and the print part should stay there for long time.

Ofc. It’s just easier to apply the glue later than just printing on wood...

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