I've had great luck with Inland, Hatchbox, Zyltech, and priline PETG and PLA. Makergeeks TPEE has been great too (it's a very soft flexible).
If you want real magic, use some Aquanet instead of glue stick. It's made of ozone depleting chemicals and magic.
I use xyzprinting filament, hatchbox and soon i will be using solutech. I print the hatchbox at 227 and the clearblue xyz at 216. So far my fav is the clear blue
Added a couple to the OP.
Any one printing with a wood filament that they recommend?
They gave me my money back and I just bought 3 rolls of black Amazon basics. t prints where normal PETG should print. 230 - 240. It prints amazing, very little stringing. Very strong. Not brittle. The spool is wound really good. Have had no issues. I am impressed at the amazon stuff...
I don't know if I'm crazy, masochistic or what, but I've decided to dive once more into PETG. I placed an order for a roll of eSun for use with finished versions of my PGP2 mods and other projects I have in mind. I'll start out using Rainmaker's settings from page two and see where that takes me.
If not, this stuff printed fantastically for me, was cheap, and had next-day delivery. https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B07PG...mob_b_pd_title
Thanks for the recommendation. I'll report back with my results.
PLA: Atomic, push or hatchbox - not too fond of the amazon basics stuff
PETG: Atomic & I use atomic CF PETG, inland/ esun
ABS: Atomic or hatchbox
Nylon: Taulman Alloy 910 when ridiculous strength is required.
I do think I'm going to switch to atomic almost exclusively because the consistency seems better than average and it's decently priced.
I've never printed ninjaflex or anything like that... I always use a resin printer for those applications.
Tough: Siraya Blu & with my form 2 I used primarily the grey pro
Flexible: I have only ever used formlabs here, but will be trying photocentric soon. The formlabs stuff was so good we could print solenoid gaskets that'd seal fine for testing. Dye also started using a small laser cutter to cut temporary seal out of a thin sheet.
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