This next tip is very similar to #2. If your nozzle temperature is too high and too much filament is allowed to flow from it, the printing material will have not have enough time to cool and set. This will probably result in filament sticking to your nozzle or forming a very messy bridge. To test the different temperatures, you will need to manipulate the g-code to get the temperature to change with each level. From here, you can input the height increment and temperature increment. The designer offers the necessary code for Slic3r and Cura in the Thing Details. Temperature test print: Customizable Temperature Tower by quirxi. 3D Printer Calibration Guide – How to Calibrate Your 3D Printer is a great start to fine-tuning your filament settings.
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