SimTech wrote:hello@pfeerick....yes the Aurarum pla is doing the job nicely. ... The solution was to remove the filament after printing and trim about 100mm and store correctly.....no more issues. ... Havn't printed with ABS yet but intend experimenting with this and some more exotic stuff when I finish my E3D Titan extruder mod. For the record my Trinus prints much better using Simplify 3D with the inbuilt Trinus profile when compared with an identical Pango print with both Kodama and Aurarum PLA....Happy printing:)
@SimTech Yeah, I certainly can't complain about either the PLA or ABS yet... seems to work just great with both my Trinus and Flux Delta. I've done their PLA and ABS on the trinus, and the ABS was great (used it for the corner lock-in prints for the enclosure... no more rattly and not so held tight enclosure ). I've noticed on both the trinus and the delta that if you leave filament in it tends to snap within a couple of days, so remove it after a print... just like how you do it
I just did my first print after adding the glass bed (I was going to wait for the leveling bed, but decided to give it a try as is)... (and also with the new Simplify3D 4.0 which I reset to stock settings - which do appear to be different to my old v3 settings) and damn... it was good. Just the glass clipped onto the heat bed, no glue or build-tak surface! Has a dead flat finish, and didn't have any bed adhesion issues at all. And because I used some bronze metallic filament, it has that flat surface to the back of the print has that a reflective gloss finish to it... I like!