TPU Transition Filament

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SKU: TPU-TRN-1.75M-250G

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Diameter: 1.75 mm
Colour: Transition
Weight: 250 G
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Pablo V C (Galicia, Spain)
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Como siempre está marca nunca defrauda muy fácil de imprimir perfecta adhesión entre capas sin necesidad de cama caliente.
Los parámetros principales que yo utilizo para la impresión con este filamento en impresora con extrusión directa son: temperatura impresión 215 grados cama caliente primera capa 60 grados el resto a 0, velocidad 25 mm por segundo

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Francis Creten (Flanders, Belgium)
TPU Transition

Happy with it, needs 110% feeding

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