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UM2 für gerade Flächen? / PP Filament kompatibel?

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Je feiner du die einzelnen schichten einstellst umso glatter wird das ganze natürlich. Allerdings wirst du nie eine solch glatte Oberfläche erreichen, wie sie z.B. eine Glasflasche oder handelsübliche PET hat. Höchstens ABS mit Aceton nachbehandelt aber das fällt wahrscheinlich aus.

Grundsätzlich kenne ich das PP nun nicht, aber von den Temperaturen ist es möglich 210/90 Grad

Allerdings benötigst du wohl eine spezielle Druckplatte dafür.


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