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- Oct 4, 2017
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Thx I'm going to test it out tonightI agree it looks really good. I would be super happy if that was what I was getting. The bubbles on his forehead, if not part of the model, are likely a filament issue (air/moisture).
Lowering the rate will cause it to have less material come out which could help with stringing and possible some squishing (if that is what is around the base of the eyelet).
I love these for testing finer details (without going full Benchy). https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2656594
that's also my understanding as well - particularly with regular PLA. With PETG, it may or may not since it wont break down due to the water. However, since the pigment does contain potentially toxic chemicals we stay away form it for any that that is intended for use in the water.My understanding is they are not.
The chemicals used to cause the fluorescence will leech.