Bad Taulman temperatures in profiles?

We have started printing with two of Taulman’s excellent filaments, t-glase and alloy 910, and quickly realised the printing temperatures suggested in the Lulzbot Cura edition (20.01) do not match those recommended by Taulman here:

http://taulman3d.com/best-print-settings.html

Any ideas why this might be? When we reduced the t-glase from the 255 degrees suggested in Cura to 245 degrees, we got much better results in terms on strength and clarity of the material after printing.

Using a Taz 6, with the single V2.1 extruder.

Hello,

Here is a link to the recommended temperatures for Cura, Taz6 :
https://www.lulzbot.com/taz-6-cura-profiles

It shows there t-glase
Extruder: 245°C

Bed: 60°C, PVA

Part Removal: 50°C
I hope this will help. Please contact support@lulzbot.com if you need additional support on the profiles.

Thanks David,

I guess the ‘High strength’ Cura profile for Alloy 910 under ‘quickprint’ needs an update.

Will use the info from the link you sent in the future. Now printing very well.

Martin