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Settings & Print Core for Copper3D PLACTIVE AN1 - Antibacterial PLA Filament

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Posted · Settings & Print Core for Copper3D PLACTIVE AN1 - Antibacterial PLA Filament

Does anyone know what the recommended print core is and settings are to print using Copper3D PLACTIVE AN1 - Antibacterial PLA Filament on an Ultimaker s5?

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Posted · Settings & Print Core for Copper3D PLACTIVE AN1 - Antibacterial PLA Filament

I am also wondering if it is abrasive? Does it need hardened nozzle & feeder?

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