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 help with inland petg? – how do i print this? (printing ...
I edited the materials_i3_mk2.json file to add a selection for Inland PETG. Basically, I print at full speed (100%) with a bed temp of 90 and a nozzle temp of 230 for the first layer and 235 after that with the fan on full and a first layer height of 0.25mm. The idea here is that I was seeing lots of globs on the first layer with a hotter ...

 inland petg+ is working pretty well so far. : 3dprinting
Inland doesn't manufacture filament, they just rebrand others. The rumor is that Inland PETG+ is normal eSUN PETG, and that Inland PETG is some other cheaper brand. This has been the speculation with their PLA lines for a few years, but I have never found any proof that it is true. PLA+ sometimes refers to PLA with additives.

 inland 1.75mm transparent petg 3d printer filament - 1kg ...
Combining strength and flexibility, Inland PETG filament is the ideal solution for mechanical or intricate prints. 1 KG Spool (approximately 2.2 lbs) 1.75mm Filament Diameter (Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.05mm) Vacuum sealed with desiccant. 100% satisfaction guarantee provided.



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 inland petg first print help:27696 - general - wanhao ...
I picked up some inland orange PETG my first time using the PETG aside from only printing PLA. My hot end was set to 230c and 60c on the bed and I can’t seem to get it to stick on the bed and wen it does the raft fails and is all stringy and the print either pops off the raft or the raft pops off the bed. I am using blue masking tape and Elmer’s glue stick. I don’t have any issues with ...

 problems printing with inland petg – how do i print this ...
RE: Problems Printing With Inland PETG. I normally print at 240 degrees with good results. Resolution as good or better than I get with Prusa PLA. I've done a temperature tower on Inland PETG, up to 260 degrees and don't see much difference above 240-245. No more stringing, no noticeable reduction detail.

 does anyone have any good settings for inland petg using ...
Posted May 8, 2020 · Does anyone have any good settings for Inland PETG using painters tape on the bed? All painters tape is fine but some painters tape sticks better to the print bed. So if it sticks to the print but not the bed then you will wish you got the blue painters tape (sticks more than green) and 3M is pretty good.

 inland petg just doesn't work. : 3dprinting
With Inland PETG, start with your fan off for the first 2 layers and go slooooooooow. Like, super slow. Also run your bed as close to 85 as you're comfortable with until you have at least 10 layers down, then you can drop it a bit.




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