Thanks gr5 😀
I'll try also the way you suggest.
On the box of the ASA they suggest to print between 235 and 255 degree. I tried very low temperature but unfortunately the layers didn't fuse for guarantee the optimum solidity of the object. I mean, i tried to break the object and I discovered that the layers where not fuse properly.
Print the infill before make the thinks look a little better but give dimensional problems. So the solution don't lies there.
I'll continue to investigate and I'll report what I discover...
Not sure what's causing these issues but try printing at half speed and also at 1/4 speed for a few layers - just to see what happens. Your printer should allow you to set feedrate at 50% while printing. And then also try 25%.
With PLA 240C works but not if you want nice looking prints. Stick to closer to 210C or even 195C. Every printer is different so I can't say what temp is best.
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