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Anyone used Matterhacker Pro Series PETG?

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Just bought a spool since I need something that can handle warm temps and, well, everyone around me seems to be using it!

 

In talking with an Ultimaker friend  ?  She suggested using the CPE profile to print with it.

 

Oh and some caution about removing it from the glass.

 

 

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I have used it with no issues. I used Nylon for my starting point. But, it is about getting the temp you desire so you can load, move and such with no problems.

 

I used a PVA slurry on the glass to put a layer of protection between the plate and print. Stuck with no problems. But, that is in my environment.

 

I did like the quality of the print and the color transparencies it gave me.

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