This table is a quick guide of the extrusion temperature ranges for the most common materials that you can print with your INFINITY 3D. You can find more details about each material by clicking on the links shown.
Due to hardware and materials variations to ensure you are printing at the optimum temperatures it is recommended you print the included STL with 0% infill and change the temperature by 5 degrees every 25mm of the print by manually adjusting temperature on the control panel. Start at 20 degrees lower than normal temperature. The proper temperature will be indicated by consistent color and strong layer adhesion.
|Material||Extruder Temperature (C)||Bed Temperature (C)||Special Requirements||Associated links|
|ABS||240-250||100||Use several coats of 3D LAC||ABS material|
|PVA||220-235||60||Use light coat of 3D LAC|
|HIPS||250-260||50||Use light coat of 3D LAC||HIPS material|
|Nylons (645)||245||~30||Use several layers of 3D LAC and add a 5 loop skirt||Nylon material|
Use light coat of 3D LAC
Print 10-20% slower than PLA
|PLA||185-220||50-60||Use light coat of 3D LAC||PLA material|
|TPE (FilaFlex and NinjaFlex)||230||45||Use light coat of 3D LAC||