[OpenSCAD] Parts breaking - was Re: Joining parts

adrianv avm4 at cornell.edu
Thu Jul 18 18:46:09 EDT 2019


I've been storing my filament in airtight boxes with a bag of desiccant in
each one.  It seems to get the humidity under 20% in each box and 8 lbs of
desiccant beads cost less than US$20.  


acwest wrote
> Does the old filament string more than usual? That was the first sign I
> had
> of excessive water content. The stuff is exceedingly hydrophilic
> 
> On Thu, 18 Jul 2019, 18:10 , <

> openscad at .me

> > wrote:
> 
>>
>>
>> On 18/07/2019 22:52, A. Craig West wrote:
>>
>> > You need a filament dryer
>>
>> Maybe, although the printer and my filament is in a low humidity
>> conservatory that easily hits 40C on a summers day.
>>
>> The Prusa PLA I have is much older than the Suntu, too, and that still
>> works fine.
>>
>> (The one thing I do ensure is that there's no direct sunlight on the
>> printer or PLA)
>>
>> Ray
>>
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