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Hello all, 

 

I had a bad experience again with Ultimaker ABS. This material is very tricky. It sometimes sticks on to the glass bed too much, and it eventually rips off the surface of the glass bed just like PETG. I have seen many of glass chipping events but not this much severe one. I hope people see these pictures and avoid the same mistake. ?  

 

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