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How to Set 3D Printer

We suggest that the platform has been leveled and the hot bed is 60℃ before printing. The first layer extrusion rate is 120%. The first layer printing temperature is 235℃ and subsequent layer temperature is 220 ℃. When printing first layer, turn off fan and adjust print speed as 20-30%.

Note:

If there is warpage, please set hot bed as 80℃ and printing temperature as 240℃ for the first layer and 225℃ for the subsequent layers.

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