This is only my second reasonably successful PETG print.
Am I alone in this, or does anyone else find that 3DPC’s recommended print temperatures are way off?
On my first print, I had multiple Bowden tube clogs which I eventually realised were being caused by heat creep. I had been printing in the mid to upper range of the recommended temperature. The print above was done near the bottom of the recommended temperature range. I’m re-printing it below the recommended temperature range and still getting stringing.
No, I obviously did not print a temperature tower first. I just dove right in. So, either my hot-end thermistor reading is significantly below reality or 3DPC’s box labels are way off.