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CNC Kitchen has a series of videos covering research on this topic, ending up with using salt. The oven temperature used for PLA was 200˚C reaching 190˚C at the core of the salt. Lower temperatures (especially without support) are of much more questionable value. From my experience, I believe that similar results might be ...


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I've only annealed PEEK personally, but a quick search returns varying recommendations: All3DP recommends 1 hour at 70 °C. X3D recommends 1 hour at 110 °C. Matterhackers recommends 10 minutes at 105 °C for Tough PLA or HTPLA. A post on Reddit recommends "a few hours" at 110 °C. I'd do a test suite with pieces at 70 °, 90 °, and 110 °C for an ...


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If the SLA Resin is not curing under the lamp after several hours, it is likely the lamp is not emitting the correct wavelength of UV light to properly cure your resin. Typical SLA resins cure at between 350-410 nm light. The listing you post does list the lamp as emitting 405 nm light, which would be in range. However, because of the failures you are ...


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