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banooch

Hi from San Jose, CA

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Ultimaker 2 is my first 3D machine and looking forward to figuring out the tricks of good prints.

I'm a total newb to 3D printing and happy to admit it. Is there a good guide anyone can recommend to get up to speed with all the tips and tricks, like glass temp/ nozzle temp settings, speed of print, quality setting differences, etc?

Been cruising the forums for these answers and the info has been hit and miss.

So far, I've concluded that hair spray is way better than the glue stick so far and that I will not get rich printing stuff out and selling it right from the machine (Prints take a long time!!!)

Banooch

 

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