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3D Printing Book?

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Since this is a maturing technology, I would expect such resources to be out there.

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--- Quote from: bostonman on May 19, 2021, 01:27:28 am ---This all makes more sense.

I just thought a general list would exist on filament speed, nozzle size, etc... for a general list of various part sizes.

Although it makes sense that different printers have different performances, I thought a list would exist for general settings between something like a tiny gear and a large object.

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I understand where you're thinking is coming from but, unfortunately, there is such a variation between machines, filaments, settings, working environments, etc. that it is going to be next to impossible to produce a single reference.

Certainly, check out the resources that are available so that you have a better idea on how to deal with your own setup - and write your own book on what works for you.

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