Heard the question before? Of course but it is a question that should have an answer better than "it depends".
A "default" material as I define it, and selected for use in the RoboxDual or RoboxPro, should fulfil these basic requirements:
- Be the typical choice if printing standard hardware like boxes, tool holder or other non-demanding stuff. Not thin towers or complicated structures but things that have reasonable easy properties of wall thickness and so on.
- Should be compatible with an easy to use support material.
- Gives the best reliable prints with minimum risk for printer problems.
All other typical requirements like strength, surface finish or what so ever comes as I see it after this short list. I'm asking for the best material choice, or rather combination of material and support material, that gives you reliable printing again and again and again.
As soon as more specific demands/requirements comes in place you will have to think in other ways.
Posted : 24th February 2021 6:32 am