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habe seit küren einen Bondtech QR an

meinem Ultimaker 2+

Geht sehr gut. Meine Frage:


Habt ihr schon TPU, TPE buw Flexible Materialien aussser Ninjaflex gedruckt damit?


Nutze Simplify3d als Slicer falls wer ein paar werte hat. Habe momentan Filasmart und Filaflex da. Will erst weiter testen sobald ich was gehört hab von euch. Habe vorher viel davon verschwendet bevor ich gehört hab das dass mut dem Bondtech besser geht

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ich habe vor kurzem das erste Mal mit meinem Ultimaker 2+ TPU gedruckt (Extruder TPU Medium weiß). Feeder ebenfalls ein Bondtech.

War ja schon ein wenig skeptisch, ob das was mit einem Bowden Drucker wird. Hat bei mir super funktioniert, bin sehr zufrieden mit dem



Hier mal meine wichtigsten Einstellungen:









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