We would need to make sure it doesnt extrude turkey flavored coffee though, because that would be terrible.
I usually only set the filliament values and printer size / layer / nozzle perameters in there slicer, and i set the heat values and fan settings inside prointerface (or prefferable repetier when it is working properly)
ABS is prone to warping and uneven cooling. PLA is subject to an entirely different set of temperature quirks. PLA plastic tends to not warp as much, but you need to use a fan when printing it to get decent print quality. You also need to cool the hot end with PLA because unlike ABS, it can actually expand in the bore before the melt chamber and cause a Jam. 3D printers are all about understanding and working with temperatures.
I know very little sweedish unfortunatly. My Great Grandpa and Grandma were from there, but they did not teach my grandparents very much, and they in turn didn’t teach my mom very much at all. They did pass on the family recipies for Lefsa and Krumkakka though, which are delicious (oohhhh, 3d lefsa printer! we need one of those!)