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Maximum recommended chamber temperature for S5?


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Posted · Maximum recommended chamber temperature for S5?

Is there an official, or even unofficial, maximum recommended chamber temperature for S5?

 

If not, does anyone have thoughts on it? I'd assume something below 65 or so C, as one would believe the steppers would be hating above that, but wonder just where that line is. I won't hold you to your ideas 🙂

 

 

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    Posted (edited) · Maximum recommended chamber temperature for S5?

    Don't think there's an official Ultimaker maximum, but besides steppers in my experience you're quicker running into issues with the hotend, as you need air to cool it. Looong time ago when i still printed ABS on an enclosed Ultimaker2  i had this issue. Think I kept the chamber temp below 50c to be ok at the time. Obviously the characteristics of the Core are different, so it's a matter of experimenting I guess...

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