I've tested WoodFill fine I have a roll of bambooFill but i haven't tried it yet.
The trick is to make sure that the filament doesn't burn in the nozzle so use a good speed as pm_dude said. Big layers are good to, you can go up to 0.25mm or 0.27mm even (it won't show on the print).
I found that disabling retraction helped also.
But it's hard to print and if it burns it will clog the nozzle
I had the same problem with woodfill in the past and for me the only solution was to print faster and thicker.
I could not print slower than 50mm/s and not less than 0.2mm. I did a small section at 0.1mm but printed it at 90mm/s. The temp must have been around 220C but I cant remember specifically.
I haven't tested Bamboo fill but its always worth trying.
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