Nozzle temperature at 195 is the sweet spot
I enjoyed testing this filament and I am glad to see there is finally an eco-friendly version coming to the market. I received Beta 2.0 Natural and Beta 4.0 White after dialing in my printer a little and fixing some printer issues I managed to print as well if not better than PLA. I found the heat for the hot-end at 195 to be the sweet spot lower and I would get clogs and higher I would get burnt spots as you will see with one of the samples I sent for review. I would like to try the wood filament to see if my printer would be capable of printing with it. I am running an old Anet A8 that is not much of an Anet A8 anymore lol. It is more of a Frankenstein printer now I have attached a picture of this as well just in case you are curious.
Pha-Beta 2.0Pha-Beta 4.0
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Type of bed adhesion
King Roon 3D Printer Hotbed Sticker
Extruder temperature (°C)