This has been discussed before. Here's one link:
Zemlin also answered this for me somewhere in here but I couldn't find it. I agree with Jules. It seems like a geometric progression in the time error as size increases.
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- Wed Aug 22, 2018 12:02 am
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: MakerGear Cameos with Palette 2 Launch
- Replies: 4
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Just watched the printing nerd video and I'm wondering about the mid to long-term problems associated with different materials going through the same hotend/nozzle. Doubts I have: Printing temps for common materials we use can vary >20%. Using a soluble (especially PVA with which I had little luck) ...
Maybe a combination of "dry" storage (spools in bags with desiccant/inside a bin with some sort of seal) and a dehydrator for a few hours before you use the filament (see forum for recommendations) would be simpler?