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NGEN PRINTED ITEMS TOLERATE HEAT UP TO 85C!   Use colorFabb Premium Quality NGEN for Attractive, Stable, Durable, Reliable parts with Heat Tolerance up to 85C! For best results joining 3D Printed Parts, try PACER ZAP-A-GAP CA+. Accelerate CA+ cure with Pacer Zip Kicker. On-Line Orders ship same or next business day. Your credit card is NOT charged until we ship. No Drop Shipments. > COLORFABB NGEN WHITE 1.75/750 [ 61103]
COLORFABB NGEN WHITE                      1.75/750  [ 61103]
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COLORFABB NGEN WHITE 1.75/750 [ 61103]

$46.99$39.89
Part # CFB-8719767 (rn_cr)
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    • colorFabb NGEN IS A GREAT ALL-ROUND FILAMENT FOR EVERYDAY USE!      
    • PREMIUM QUALITY, STABLE, RELIABLE!   
    • BETTER FLOW AT LOWER PRINTING TEMPERATURES! 
    • ITEMS PRINTED WITH NGEN HAVE AN ELEVATED TEMPERATURE RESISTANCE UP TO 85C!    
    • POST PRINTING ASSEMBLY OF PARTS WITH ZAP-A-GAP CA+ AND OPTIONAL USE OF ZIP-KICKER ACCELERATOR . 
    •  AVAILABLE IN A WIDE RANGE OF COLORS
     

    Specifications  :

     Diameter Tolerance = +- 0.05mm. Density = 1.2 g/cc. Glass Transition Temperature = 85C     

     

    Printing Advice: 

    Advised 3D printing temperature = 220-240C.    Advised 3d print speed = 40 - 70 mm/s.  Advised Heated bed = 75-85C 

    Build platform: nGen gives best results on a heated build platform, 75C to about 85C is usually needed for proper adhesion to a glass plate. Optionally users could decide to use products such as 3DLac to improve adhesion. Printing on a cold bed is possible for small to medium sized parts but not advised for large parts that are prone to warping. 

    TIP! Cooling:Too much cooling will create brittle parts with bad layer-to-layer adhesion. Therefor we recommend starting with 50% cooling. It’s always best to print with the least amount of cooling to get the best possible layer-to-layer adhesion. 

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