You can. If you just type MatterSlice.exe into a command line it will show you the required parameters.
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RE: Best filament for auto interior parts
You are going to be looking at using ASA, it is a UV resistant version of ABS which should hold up to most interior vehicle heat conditions. Getting too cold it not too much of a factor, at least not with any tests I have seen.
Past that, you would look to Polycarbonate as that would be the same material that your car dash is made of.
RE: MH Tough PLA?
I am working on the TDS now but some of the results we have gotten from the testing are as follows:
Glass transition: 55-60c
Tensile Yield PSI: 9500
Notched IZod impact: 40J/m
Flexural Strength: 18300
Flexural Modulus: 646000
Heat distortion temp: 144c @66PSI
The full TDS will be available on the website in the future.
RE: What is the best way to clean up blemishes on pla with out haveing to paint it?
Unless you want a clear coat like XTC3D, then I do not think there exists a method in which you could accomplish this. The question comes down to a clarification of what kind of blemish are you trying to cover up?
RE: Ender 3 Bed Leveling issue
I took a look at one of our Enders, I see what you mean by the leveling screw spinning freely, I am not sure how much of an answer this is going to be but it looks like the screw is threaded into the bed, so removing the leveling knob and tightening the screw its self should work. It looks like on our printer we have the flex plate system from Creality, so I cannot see if there is a screw head on the top of the bed or not.
RE: Printer shuts off every time it tries to heat
I would highly recommend if you have not already reached out to us at our support line of firstname.lastname@example.org or our phone line of 949-613-5838 you do so. We are more than happy to figure out what is going on with the printer and figure out what happened. We will need to clarify and if possible get videos of what you have described as there are multiple factors that can cause what you have described and seeing exactly how the printer reacts will point us in the right direction.
I have crossed out the recommendation from Martin as I do not agree with his input on this matter. There are a number of factors to consider and my team and I would want to take a closer look before we recommend any further action.