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I am using Ultimaker 2 extended+ 3D printer.I have some doubts about printing parameters for about corbon fiber filament

1. Can we Corbon fiber filament in Ultimaker 2 Extended+ printer..???

2. If yes What are the parameters i need to change..??

3. I have tried Corbon fiber filament but it is printing but after  couple of hours the nozzle gets clogging..??

it woluld be great if any one help me out.


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What temperature are you setting to print for this? 


 PLA print temperature is typically 185 to 205  degrees Celsius.  Carbon fiber is a bit higher  


Carbon Fiber Print Temperature typically is : 240-260 degrees Celsius

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I am using PLA settings like Temperature 210-215 Degree Celcius, and can you please tell me what are the print parameters need to change. I am using 0.6 and 0.8mm diameter nozzle.


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