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Tglase 3mm.

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I just received a roll of t glase 3mm. from taulman3d actual measurement is 2.75-2.8

Has anyone used this, does anyone have any suggestions for printing temps? I can't seem to get it to the bed or blue tape.

Thanks for any help.

 

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So spend the $5 or 5 euros and get a piece of glass. Clamp it down with paper clip binders. heat it to 40C with a hairdryer and try it out as suggested.

 

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Thanks, I ended up at 238 and 50 as suggested on blue tape and finally got things working well. I did slow my print speed down as well.

Sorry for the alarming 338 degrees typo.

 

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