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RE: Prusament PETG Orange for PPE

I usually dry PLA, PETg, and ABS filaments at 120F (~49C) in the air fryer.

I would not want to try anything even approaching 212F/100C.

If I'm in a hurry, or just want to be sure it's really dry, I'll do 4-6 hours.  If I have time I'll let it go overnight for 12 hours.

It's always restored the performance of the filament except in one case where there were multiple hairline cracks, a tightly-wound partial spool that accidentally was left open to room air for over a year.  Look closely at the photo below.

Posted : 19/04/2022 11:46 pm
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