DUDV2 AMSSTTPU PROFILES


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X1C 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 5% infill
X1C 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 5% infill
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X1 Carbon, P1S, P1P, X1, X1E, A126 min
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A1 Mini 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 5% infill
A1 Mini 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 5% infill
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A1 mini, P1S, P1P, X1, X1 Carbon, X1E, A127 min
5.0
A1 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 5% infill
A1 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 5% infill
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A127 min
P1P 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 5% infill
P1P 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 5% infill
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P1P, P1S, X1, X1 Carbon, X1E, A125 min
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Description

Profiles for all Bambu printers of our AMSSTTPU

 

for more info check our website

https://dudv2.com/products/ams-sttpu-filaments

Details & Specifications
 

Material Filament Diameter

AMS STTPU 1.75 mm +/- 0.03mm

Print Temperature Heated bed:

200-240°C 35-55°C)

Spool capacity Hardness

1 kg (2.2 lbs) 80D -65A

Soak in water for 1-2 hour's the new hardness level will be 65A

This is a TPU filament and is highly recommended to be dried before use

 

Recommend Printing settings 

  • Nozzle Temp 230c
  • Bed Temp 35-55 (i have even used the engineering plate with zero bed temp)
  • Flow Rate 1
  • Max Volumetric speed 8-10 (I have found 10 works fine for us )
  • Retraction Length 0.8
  • Wall loops 2 (i would say 3 if you are doing bigger prints will make it take longer to get softer)
  • Infill 5-10%  Lightning infill (if you use different patterns it will not get as soft do to you cant soak the the middle of the print)
  • Speeds Standard PLA speeds are fine to use 

 

 

 


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The print profile is difficult to use, there are 4 different filaments defined in the profile. What would have been more useful would be a single material print just showing the specs for the filament and then the user can add additional filaments/complications as desired. Here is a pic of the actual test model I printed, it's 10mm tall and has 1mm thick walls. It printed fine and has softened up somewhat after I soaked it in water a bit, but it's not anywhere near as soft as regular TPU.
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Im currently working on new profiles will update them soon. There has been alot of testing with this filament to find the best settings
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X1C 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 5% infill
Printed fine, I did soak for over 2 hours and it wasn't much softer than when it finished printing.
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thanks you
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Replying to @3DEVERYTHING :
I did have some issues with an actual print, and after talking to the people over at DUD these settings worked
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Replying to @ondrovic :
i have updated all the profiles
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What's the density of this filament initially and after softening?
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starts as 80D and after soaking is 65A
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I’ve tested the red sttpu in my X1C and it works flawlessly. I used the gold textured sheet @50 degrees for the print. I raised the bed temp to 85 degrees to cleanly remove the models feom the plate. I just order four more rolls in various colors. I will attempt a multicolor flex model.
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can’t wait to see what you make please share with us
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I bought several rolls of this and can't get them to print at all on my A1 or my A1 Mini with AMS Lite. They jam in the hotend. Seems like they're softening up too much and not able to be gripped by the extrusion gears. It works OK if I feed it manually from the external spool, but with the AMS as soon as it unloads the first color it jams on the second. I even bought a filament dryer and put each roll in it for 12+ hours but it didn't help. This stuff definitely feels softer than PLA. Any tips on getting this to work with an A1/A1 Mini with AMS Lite?
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please email Richard at richard@dudv2.com or join our discord and we will be glad to help you https://discord.gg/exQKDkpffh
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X1C 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 5% infill
Worked well! I'll be keeping these settings in mind for future prints. Thanks, DUDV2!
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Has anyone used this filament to make the airless basketball yet? will it break when bounced if you don’t soak it after printing?
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A1 Mini 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 5% infill
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