personalfactory: Interesting piece of info. It would be perfect if PRINTR add sources of information about temps and printing speeds - is this data come from official specification (if yes from which manufacturer/s) or maybe from initial tests of their 3d printers network… It should have also warning that some filaments are only suitable for all metal hot ends (peek melting issue mentioned in one of the comment on fb page). Though depending on 3d printer model and settings like layer thickness, extruder nozzle diameter, ambient temperature etc. mentioned above most optimal parameters may be different it is interesting attempt to describe some features of 3d printing materials. There are much more already available for purchase filaments for desktop 3d printers. I hope it is ongoing project.
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