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ich würde gerne auf sowohl auf dem UM2 als auch auf dem UM3 mit PETG Filment von Filamentwurld drucken.


Bisher waren meine Versuche jedes Mal mehr oder weniger erfolglos. Entweder sind die drucke total krümelig, oder aber die Ebenen haften nicht richtig aufeinander.

Ich habe dieses Forum schon durchforstet und einige Tips die hier veröffentlicht wurden schon angewendet. Temperatur hoch, Temperatur runter und langsamer, weniger Kühlung und und und...


Ich habe leider keinerlei Ideen mehr woran das liegen könnte, hat jemand hier vielleicht noch DIE EINE IDEE die mir weiter helfen könnte?


Liebe Grüße und einen schönen Feierabend

Petra Lustig

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    Nicht wirklich eine Hilfe für dein Problem, aber ich habe es bis dato noch nicht geschafft PETG ohne Krümel zu drucken. Habe vieles probiert, aber wirklich schön wurde es nie. Daher verwende ich es nur mehr wenn es unbedingt notwendig ist.

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    vielleicht liegts am Filament. Ich drucke mit dem UM 2+ hin und wieder Extrudr-PETG mit dem Ergebnis siehe Bild.

    Temperatur 235°, Nozzle 0,4, Fan 100 %, Geschwindigkeit ein wenig langsamer als PLA. Die Layerhaftung ist extrem gut und stabil.

    Das Einzige was mir etwas Probleme macht ist die Haftung auf Glas. Aber mit Builttac-Folie oder Printafix-Spray funktioniert auch das relativ gut.

    Gruß René



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