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nachokaos

How do you...print that?

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Lots of stringing so...

I'd be tempted to print it at 190C and 20mm/sec but... that would probably take a month to print, lol. So I don't really know what I'd do with this one. I think I would start by putting in a larger nozzle! Then print 190C and 40mm/sec. I'm going to try this print on my UM Original with a larger nozzle. I think I will do some stringing tests with the larger nozzle before I print this.

 

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