How do you use a Sunlu filament dryer?

How to dry filament? SUNLU Filament Dryer

How does Sunlu filament dryer work?

Review Of The SUNLU FilaDryer S1 Simple Yet Effective Filament Drying

How does a filament dryer box work?

The dryer box protects the filament from absorbing moisture by decreasing humidity in the surrounding environment. This is made possible thanks to a small compartment, where you need to put a bag of silica gel and a small fan that drives air through the bag.

Can you use a dehydrator to dry filament?

Food Dehydrator – With the word “dehydrator” in it’s name, it does what it needs to, to remove any moisture from your filaments. The great thing about using a dehydrator is that all you have to do is set the temperature and leave your spool inside to dry.

What is filament drying?

In essence, you put your spool (or spools) inside, select the desired setting, and let the dryer do its thing. Generally, filament dryers require a power source and work by using a heating element to create a warm environment, the heat evaporates any moisture from the filament and surrounding air.

How long should I dehydrate my filament?

To dry filament, you can use a specialized filament dryer by setting the required temperature and drying for about 4-6 hours. You can also use an oven or a vacuum bag with desiccant packs. A DIY airtight container also works well, and a food dehydrator is another great option.

How do you fix the thermal runaway on Ender 3?

  1. Check assembly and wiring.
  2. Make sure the heating cartridge and thermistor are placed in the center of the heat block.
  3. Tighten heat block screws.
  4. Regularly maintain your printer.
  5. Watch the first layer of every print.

Videos

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