It also depends on what you need from the printed parts. The cheap Chinese stuff has to be printed hot, around 255, 260 becasue there aren't that many additives (if any) so the printed part tends to handle temperature better and seems to be a little tougher. The Cooler printing quality filaments that print around 235, 235 still hold up extremely well. The tradeoff between the two is print quality... which can often be overcome with the right settings and good tuning.
An example of the cheap Chinese stuff would be JET (by cheap I mean price)
An example of the quality stuff would be IC3D (USA)
Again, don't know your local or even what printer you're using...
This depends per country please state you location.
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