I’ve been experimenting with a 1.35 mm nozzle printing with nylon. With this large of a nozzle, I’ve had to crank up the heat from the typical 245C for nylon to 300C. I’ve been able to successfully print a few small parts, however on the larger prints, the heater for the nozzle fails to keep up.
I suspect this is due to the much larger quantities of nylon that are being pushed through cooling down the nozzle.
Are there any modifications I can do to my hot end in order for it to have a stronger heater that can keep up with large diameter printing.
btw I’m using a Taz 1 with dual head set up