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isaac.b9
(@isaac-b9)
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3d Solutech PETG

Hey everyone I am new to 3d printing and got a MK3S for my birthday present to myself. I have the kit put together and have printers a couple of things 1 in PLA, and then two small things in the same pet G. that came out awesome. But when trying to print something a bit bigger with any detail it fails the smaller details wont stick to the bed. I have tried glue, heating the bed not heating the bed raising the extrusion temp and not sure what I am doing wrong.

210-220 (as recommended by 3dsolutech)
0 bed temp as they do not have a bed temp listed on their website.

Posted : 21/03/2019 8:21 pm
Bunny Science
(@bunny-science)
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Re: 3d Solutech PETG

You sure that is PETG? Those are pretty cold nozzle temps for PETG and the heat bed definitely should be heated. Start with a Prusa supplied PETG filament setting and work from there.

Posted : 21/03/2019 9:43 pm
courtney.p3
(@courtney-p3)
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Re: 3d Solutech PETG

They don't have it listed on their material specs. Its an omission not a suggestion of 0. I run this filament at 80-90 degrees bed.

Posted : 23/03/2019 12:30 am
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