I’ve got a Taz 5 with a flexy-dually v2 head, and a use-case for dual color ABS prints.
Previous experience with the default tool head shows the Taz can use 1.75mm filament and get good results, so long as Cura is told the filament size and the print is less than ~8 hours (after that it tends to clog for some reason).
My understanding is that one shouldn’t use hard filament in a flexy-struder because friction of the filament against the extended PTFE feeding tube will damage the tube, and replacing it is difficult.
Does this mean that it’s safe to print hard plastic through the flexy-struder, so long as it’s 1.75mm filament? After all, the smaller filament diameter should mean there’s no appreciable friction against the PTFE tube…
Thanks and best regards,