Yea, that's the NinjaFlex green color that I have. That had to be printed slower than the red. It took me a long time to figure out what was going on. I would print the object in red and it would come out just fine. Print in green and then I'd get thin walls. I tried upping the extrusion multiplier, upping the printing temperature, and several other things. The only thing that worked was reducing the print speed. 20 mm/s was about as fast as it would print properly for me.dunginhawk wrote:maybe i am doing things differently.
First, it is GRASS GREEN ninjaflex so ill try even slower. i think i did 30-40mm/s last time.
I pull the same way I think. But not at such low temperatures. I pull at 200-230 C usually, after letting it sit in the nozzle for about 1 minute. It's never snapped off. Maybe you have a bad batch of the cleaning filament?dunginhawk wrote:I put the filament in, feed it, extrude til clear. turn off pre heat. if tried pulling immediately, letting it cool to 100, or 50c and at those low temps it seems to just break off.
I pull from the top with the arm that holds the filament against the gear open, so it wont crimp it.