Re: 3D Printing
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For the past year I have been using a Taz6, courtesy of my employer (it was handed to me one day with the dictum to figure out how to make it work.) It works well, and in general is pretty glitch free.
I'll second the admonition to use quality filament. We made the mistake of buying some cheap PLA, and had no end of troubles (clogged nozzles, gloppy extrusion, inconsistent heat requirements, etc.). Quality filament makes a world of difference.
A heated bed and good print surface make a difference too. I have taken to printing on 'bare' glass as I was having a lot of adhesion problems with the PEI coating supplied on the original bed.
Best of fortune
On Wed, Jun 12, 2019 at 11:54 AM N8DAH <Dherron@...> wrote: