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Has anyone printed tualman tritan? know what its strength is like, or any other related information about print quality with it?

 

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Posted · taulman tritan?

Sounds interesting, do you know where to get it?

 

/edit: ok, E3D sells it. Quite expensive - around the price range of top-line PLA filaments (Diamond Age, Faberdashery).

I'd be most interested in a comparison to XT as this sounds to be a direct competitor...

 

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Posted · taulman tritan?

You wont be able to print in on UM2 unless you change your firmware to remove the 260C heater limit

 

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