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Printdry Filament Dryer: Revitalize your exposed filament and put them back to work
Most filaments absorb moisture from the air readily. When moisture content goes up in a filament, the printability goes down and may lead to the filament becoming un-printable.
After many years experiencing moisture-related problems during in-house 3D printing. PrintDry has finally come up with a powerful solution -- The PrintDry filament dryer. The PrintDry filament dryer is an in-line filament dryer, which is designed to dry and to feed the filament into a 3D printer at the same time as drying.
* Please note the actual temperature inside a dryer varies due to (1) ambient temperature; (2)location; (3)how many filament spools and desiccant pouches. Higher ambient temperature means higher temperature inside a dryer.
More close to the heat source the temperature is higher. The lower chamber of a dryer is about 8C higher than the upper chamber.
More filament spools and desiccant pouches inside a dryer can increase the dryer internal temperature.
These Recommended Settings are made for the Following Conditions
Actual drying time for a filament may vary under different environmental conditions as well as the initial water content levels in the filament. In addition to drying prior to 3D printing, drying the filament while printing is always recommended.
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