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Experiencias con los materiales de la marca Print A Lot

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Bueno abro este tema para compartir mi experiencia al imprimir con estos materiales, que son fáciles de conseguir en argentina. Si bien la marca tiene muchos tipos de materiales solo puedo hablar por los que he probado.



Este material lo imprimo sin problemas con la configuración que viene de fabrica. O sea, no toco nada, mando a imprimir y punto.



Para imprimir este material tuve que meter la impresora en un lugar cerrado donde no haya diferencias de temperaturas constantes, vivo en edificio, y si abro una ventana noto que la impresion se vuelve bastante irregular asi que la meti como en una caja para que estos cambios no la afecten, luego con la temperatura que recomienda el fabricante pude imprimir sin problemas.



Este es el material que más me ha costado imprimir, luego de varios cambios, limpieza extrema, de printcore, conductos y motores traseros de agarre de la impresora pude conseguir una impresión bastante aceptable, bueno casi aceptable.

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