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Printing and handling Nylon

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Printing and handling Nylon
Tips for 3D printing with Nylon

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Cold Pulling with Nylon Filament

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Cold Pulling with Nylon Filament
Tips to clean your nozzle using a method called Cold Pull

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Maintenance is beneficial, if not crucial

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Maintenance is beneficial, if not crucial

3D printers are similar to cars, they require some maintenance.  Regular maintenance certainly helps to maintain the performance and perhaps prolong the life of the printer.  Everything gets worn out, gears, belts, nozzle, hotend, spring, everything.   If you notice your print quality is getting bad, print fails more often or other symptoms, perhaps it is time for a tuneup.  In Plas3D lab we test very batch of our filaments on different printers.  We find that regular maintenance helps our printers in good working order. Below are a few simple things we suggest to do regularly. Check if the frame is sturdy, if you have...

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Guide to the first print

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Guide to the first print

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GE-lrRbU124&t=103s

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Transparent or translucent?

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Transparent or translucent?

What do you think?

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