Hello and thank you for choosing the Leapfrog Xeed for your printing needs.

 

The following solution will explain a few steps you need to take in order to print ABS and PLA filament on the Xeed printer;


1. First let us talk about PLA filament:


- for PLA printing we suggest a extrusion temperature of 220 degrees, active cooling always on and a heated bed and chamber turned off either from the very beginning or after the first 2 to 3 layers;


- the reason for this is becuase the heat from the chamber can influence the way the filament is printed and the quality of the layers. PLA does not need a constant heated bed and chamber.


- always use a print sticker or adhesive material on the surface of the bed otherwise your prints will not stick properly;


2. Next up ABS:


- for ABS you need a extrusion temperature of 240 degrees, a heated bed and chamber of above 70 degrees and active cooling turned off ( please note the bed and chamber should not be used over 90 degrees. As stated on the website the bed and chamber should be used up to 90 degrees).


- for adhesion to the bed make sure to use a print sticker or adhesive material and in some case you will have to use a raft in order to avoid warping and the part detaching from the bed;


Hopefully these tips will improve your printing experience;

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