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thanks everyone :)

i ordered "xt-pla" and "t-glase" so i can do some tests.

also i discovered that if i print the "bendlay" in higher temp (250c-260c) i get MUCH !!! stronger and better results.

i used to print in 240c

so the bendlay act VERY good :)


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Hi. I use bendlay material for food aplications. But the layer bond is not good. I searching for something better and strong like pla or abs.

Thanks :)


food applications... im your friendly irish nosey parker.... :-) what kind of applications ? ;-)



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