WoodFill filament is about 70% colorfabb PLA and 30% woodfibre, this means that in general you’ll need to print this material at PLA temperatures with a standard 4mm nozzle.
For your first prints with woodFill we advise to start out with relatively high layer heights which will ensure that the filament is traveling quite fast through the hot-zone of the extruder, this way the material can’t degrade within the hot-end because of long exposure to heat.
A little warning
When printing WoodFill, it’s important to NOT let woodfill stay still in a hot hot-end for too long without extruding.When starting up a new print make sure your g-code and 3d printer are ready to go! Also keep an eye on your printer, if things go wrong then it’s better to shut down the 3d printer sooner than later. This way the woodfill won’t degrade in the hotend and will save you some work cleaning the hot-end.
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