I am getting ready to pull the trigger on a Taz 6. When I order the printer I will get filament with it or else it’s like Christmas Morning without batteries right?
So what Filament that is in the included profiles would you recommend for the noob for a nice trouble free first roll?
I am going to be printing out radio controlled airplanes so structural strength is an issue. (example from balsa wood https://goo.gl/photos/WojoMyVXqiU6bEdS6 )
On one hand I hate to ask stupid question but I have been playing with a M3D printer for a month just to get my toes wet. I worry about the right filaments as a roll of white PLA came with the printer and also I bought a roll of silver PLA. I am thinking the only difference is color but they print much differently. The white is WAY better. PLA is PLA? Apparently not?
I also bought a roll of “Tough Ink” as I thought, “Airplanes, strong = TOUGH. This should be exactly what I need!” Um no, “tough” ink is rubbery. I am going to give the whole MSD rig to my wife and the “tough ink” is perfect for printing troll dolls and what not but not so good for airplanes!
So that is why I am asking seemingly dumb questions.
So the goals are: Stiff, strong, trouble free already in the included Cura Version!
Thanks a bunch!