Does anyone have a story to tell after swapping out their factory nozzle for a Hexagon Micro Swiss in a Mini or TAZ?
I’m testing a couple spools of 3D Fuel’s Advanced PLA (APLA). The natural spool prints crazy good even at absurd overhangs, the white spool intermittently jams the extruder after some period of time with the same settings. I wondered if a larger orifice than 0.5mm would be helpful with difficult spools like the white. Now and then I come across a spool in PLA that has similar problems even from well known good sources.
Any advice or rules of thumb on setting up the material profile in Cura for different nozzle sizes?
Loss of extremely fine detail isn’t much of a concern for what I mostly print. Faster print times and the ability to stand up better to more abrasive materials like Proto-pasta magnetic iron or stainless steel is appealing.