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what is the best way to print glowing PLA. The product description says that it is an abrasive material. Printing temperature 190-220.  But if a want to use the new print core CC it is not recommendet to use PLA und loading material (S5) with CC print Core fails. No material will come out and the feeder is grinding.   

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ok nice to know. Right now a print is running and hopefully finish in 30h. My problem was that it was the first use of the CC print core and there was of cause material inside witch I got not out and so the towing PLA get not out. On the side I thought that there was a profile for the new core. But there is not and there is a warning that it is not recommended to print PLA with that CC core. 

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