I picked up some eSun 3mm wood 3D filament to try on my Taz 5. I decided to do some test prints with Rocktopus and immediately experienced stringiness with eventually the filament being chewed.
Using the eSun PLA profile (as the eSun wood is PLA based), I went into expert mode and began systematically adjusting various settings to see if I could mitigate the issues (including adjusting nozzle temp, thumbscrew tension, etc.) All with varying degrees of success.
I was wondering if anyone else has had a chance to use this filament and could pass on any suggestions.