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Nylon Taulman 910

Discussion in 'Printing Filament' started by MChrisP1, Mar 31, 2016.

  1. MChrisP1

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    So this is a noob question for sure, but can Taulman 910 Alloy be printed from the Robo's Hexagon Hot End or do I need to look to upgrade to the E3D first? What are the major hurdles Robo3D's have with printing this stuff?

    Also has anyone played with Taluman's In-PLA?
     
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    Yes it can, Taulman 910 only need between 240 and 260°C to extrude well.
     
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    OK all the 910 Alloy experiments begin today. Going to print some simple parts for the dishwasher. I'm planning on running my extruder at 240 and the bed at 45, and I'm going to use a glue stick for the bed.

    Any tips as far as any other known settings to tweak on the Robo3D?

    Do people typically employ rafts when print 910?


    Thanks all!


    What I'm printing:

    https://tinkercad.com/things/6ySAr0qr81W

    https://tinkercad.com/things/3wNYXSngxrW
     
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    Attached is my process file.
    Volcano nozzle so you need to change that at a minimum.
     

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