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Trying Taulman3D t-glase

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I'm going to try printing with the t-glase. A search of the forum suggests that a generic setting for PET should work OK? Is there a preconfigured setting that can be used from the marketplace? Any advise would be appreciated.

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Personally I would go to the Taulman website and read their papers on printing with T-glasse. If you put your nylon in the oven to dry before printing then beware, T-glasse has a very low glass transition temp for nylons, as I found to my own cost when I put three samples in the oven at Taulman 645 temps. The website also has good stuff on T-glasse design objectives and transparency and reflection, or should that be refraction?

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