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Hi Jaycen,
 
The reason for our switch over to MatX (ASA) over ABS was specifically for the reduced risk of warping, meaning you don’t need to create super controlled environments/ build chambers, whilst maintaining very similar properties.
 
 
 
Ultimately with any filament it is recommended that the printer is not situated next to an open window or a door that regularly opens/ closes to avoid such breezes. But for a standard indoor environment you shouldn’t have any issues. With all filaments we reccoemnd using the correct bed temperature and using a bed adhesive such as Dimafix or a glue stick.

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Original post by: Dan Rock ,

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Hi Jaycen,

The reason for our switch over to MatX (ASA) over ABS was specifically for the reduced risk of warping, meaning you don’t need to create super controlled environments/ build chambers, whilst maintaining very similar properties.

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