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This is absolutely INCORRECT, Tungsten is NOT significantly more thermally conductive than Brass. According to the interwebz, brass has a thermal conductivity anywhere from 60 to 120 W/m K, depending on the alloy. Tungsten has a thermal conductivity of around 180 W/m K. So if you don't consider dou...
- Sat Oct 06, 2018 2:03 pm
- Forum: Printing Settings
- Topic: Rafts Y/N? (Supports not sticking to bed)
- Replies: 3
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I print PLA, PETG, and PolyMide on PEI. If the print has a large amount of surface area in contact with the bed, I will often go raftless. With parts that have only edges, or a lot of support, in contact with the bed I use a raft to ensure adhesion. Never had a problem with raft removal, they peel r...
- Fri Oct 05, 2018 4:33 pm
- Forum: N Series
- Topic: Source for Reasonably-Priced Nozzles
- Replies: 10
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Looking for a U.S. source for decent-quality N2-compatible brass nozzles at a rational price. I would be happy to patronize Raise3D or its resellers, but I'm not going to pay $20 for a 30-cent nozzle. I don't need stainless or ruby or hardened or anything special, just a nice brass nozzle that fits ...
Looks good, but what problem is it solving? I haven't had any issues with the stock setup - at least none that this would resolve. With a relatively full spool and a bit of rotational momentum, the stock setup can sometimes spill filament off the spool, which wraps around the holder axle and jams, ...