print nylon and ASA filament
bni last edited by
I'm new here, I would love advice on 3D printing.
I try to print nylon and ASA filament, and without success.
The model disconnects from me after 10 minutes of printing.
The printer is closed.
Ender 5 Plus.
The following data:
Hottend temperature - 240 degrees.
Surface temperature 80-100 degrees.
Print speed - 40-50.
Withdrawal - 2 (BMG).
Rectification speed - 15.
Blackened glass surface.
I would be happy for help on how to prevent disengagement.
I realized there is a surface of BuildTak PEI, will it help me?
mpirringer last edited by
@bni I would do 2 things
1.) Make an enclosure for the Ender 5 this is the first of a series of videos on that
2.) 240 is going to be too low for nylon so I would upgrade to an all metal hotend - He covers that too in the parts following the one mentioned above.
ABS ASA I print on the chiron with ultrabase (coated glass) at 105 C bed and 260 nozzle with enclosure and Nylon too at 260-280 nozzle and 80-90 bed - again with enclosure. And I run the materials well dried directly from my print dry (converted food dehydrator)