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Hi All,

 

I'm looking to get get a CC print core for abrasive filaments and was wondering if anyone can provide feedback with their experiences for both the new version as well as the older Ruby 0.6? I've heard there have been some issues with clogging with the newer version and I want to check if this is due to the print core or nozzle size. I know the newer ones have different size options whereas the older Ruby only came in 0.6. Is it prudent to not go below 0.6 with abrasive filaments which would inherently clog by nature of their composition?

 

Living at the end of the universe in Australia I still have access to the old stock, so just trying to decide which way to go.

 

Thanks,

AddMan

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    Posted · CC Print Core

    If you can use a 0.6mm core, for the type of work you're printing, I'd go for the "Ruby" type. If you need higher detailed print you only have one option anyway......

     

    The "Ruby" type is a proven design, we've been using ours for months without any issues at all. 

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