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ssill2
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Topic starter answered:
that particular print

failed, but it wasn't because of the filament.  I hadn't yet got my mmu dialed in.  The mmu now works reliably but I've not yet reprinted these two guys.  I did two prints of this in other colors though and gave them away as gifts.

I've done two prints of the dual color light saber hilt in petg(black and silver)  as well as a number of pla prints.  The light saber hilts were 1700 color changes each.  1 intervention on the first and none on the second.

Posted : 27/08/2021 11:38 am
Pingkc
(@pingkc)
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Print Settings

what Setting did u use to print these? is it the Setting from polymaker?

Posted : 25/09/2021 3:37 pm
ssill2
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Topic starter answered:
generic pla worked fine

default print settings with default generic pla profile worked fine.

Posted : 25/09/2021 3:38 pm
UltimatePyro
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RE: Polymaker PolyTerra PLA

Printed a few rolls of this stuff.  Noticed I needed to be on the higher end of the temperature ratings otherwise the layer adhesion wasn't so great.  I did a few more delicate prints and they would just snap easily but once I put my print temps up to 220 and first layer at 225 everything was a lot stronger.  I also printed a few clips with prusament vs this stuff and noticed polyterra is less rigid than prusament.  The clips had a lot more flex to them and weren't able to keep their shape as much.  The prints themselves come out very beautifully so it really depends on what you're trying to print.  

Posted : 24/01/2022 5:20 am
cwbullet
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RE: Polymaker PolyTerra PLA

Same here.  

Posted by: @ssill2

default print settings with default generic pla profile worked fine.

 

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Posted : 24/01/2022 11:55 am
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