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    Quote Originally Posted by wilmar View Post

    Right is normal print 2 walls left is spiral Print 1 wall


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    Wow its Amazing what that spiral print did to change the look! What printer do you have again? ( thinking ender 3 but not sure?)

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    Ender 3


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    Not a lot of diff when lit it does use less filament and looks bbbbetter up close


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    Quote Originally Posted by wilmar View Post
    Not a lot of diff when lit it does use less filament and looks bbbbetter up close


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    Yeah I could see lit up not being much different but I can definitely see the difference up close. I wonder how this would change the c7 bulbs I've been printing.

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    The thing is spiral print only lays down 1 layer making it really thin and pliable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pmiller View Post
    The thing is spiral print only lays down 1 layer making it really thin and pliable.

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    I would normally agree but Iím laying .8mm layer and itís pretty tough at this size . Has enough to flex and not crack Iíve been throwing around the house lol. And office


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    Quote Originally Posted by wilmar View Post
    I would normally agree but Iím laying .8mm layer and itís pretty tough at this size . Has enough to flex and not crack Iíve been throwing around the house lol. And office


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    I just bought another hotend for my ender. I plan on putting a .8mm nozzle on it and keep the original hotend with .4mm. That way I can switch out hotends and not take off nozzles and possibly breaking off any wires. I plan on adding plugs to make switching fast and easy. 7

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    Quote Originally Posted by pmiller View Post
    I just bought another hotend for my ender. I plan on putting a .8mm nozzle on it and keep the original hotend with .4mm. That way I can switch out hotends and not take off nozzles and possibly breaking off any wires. I plan on adding plugs to make switching fast and easy. 7

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    I got a new hot end kit and it came with. The Plugs in the kit to do that makes it easier


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    Outdoors ďIím not scared ď tests





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    That is quite the test, toss it at the wall and to the cement, I have yet to do one like that. What print material did you use? And do you have a link to the hot end you bought?

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