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    Quote Originally Posted by Roberts_Clif View Post
    Every filament I have printed with has its indiviual smells.

    Do not know why you can not smell it but they all smell.

    https://ultimaker.com/download/13079/SDS%20ABS.pdf
    Sorry, what I meant was with the enclosure, the room does not smell.. Of maybe I have become nose blind..

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    Quote Originally Posted by airscapes View Post
    Sorry, what I meant was with the enclosure, the room does not smell.. Of maybe I have become nose blind..

    You must have a really good enclosure.
    My enclosure allows the smell even with the vent fan going an as soon as I open the door of the enclosure the smell increases.
    Especially when printing with ABS.
    Last edited by Roberts_Clif; 08-10-2019 at 11:04 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roberts_Clif View Post
    You must have a really good enclosure.
    My enclosure allows the smell even with the vent fan going an as soon as I open the door of the enclosure the smell increases.
    Especially when printing with ABS.
    No, not really sealed.. probably nose blind ..

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    As someone else mentioned, buy a cheap inkbird temperature controller and use it to drive a heating element (I use a cheap hair dryer set to low).

    In my setup I also have an exhaust fan hooked to the cool side of the inkbird, in case it gets too hot.

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