GeeeTech A10M – Mixing Nylon with TPU Fail!

In this episode, we will be trying to mix Bridge nylon (see more here: amzn.to/2VUnTLK) with TPU (see more here: amzn.to/2RQsqQ3 ) as we are using a 50% / 50% mix on the GearBest GeeeTech A10M mixing 3D Printer (see more here: diy3dtech.com/Geeetech_A10M_Mix-color_3D_Printer ). Well the results weren’t the best as expected, however if you don’t try what you expect right? However we will also discuss several other aspects about A10M’s performance and why we are seeing some of the results we are!

To see more in this Mixing Series (playlist) just click here: www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLInTrkIbj69lhixuA_iJIh4d9lzyN1Sey

To learn more about the GearBest GeeeTech A10M Mixing 3D printer, just click here: diy3dtech.com/Geeetech_A10M_Mix-color_3D_Printer

Filaments Used in this project:
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Taulman BRIDGE Filament (Black): amzn.to/2SWplv8
Taulman BRIDGE Filament (White): amzn.to/2VUnTLK
AmazonBasics PETG (Multi-Colors): amzn.to/2VRKxo1
AmazonBasics ABS (Multi-Colors): amzn.to/2SRDQjL
AmazonBasics PLA (Multi-Colors): amzn.to/2SXcIzU
Engineering Grade PLA (Multi-Colors): amzn.to/2T1yNxe
AmazonBasics TPU (Multi-Colors): amzn.to/2RQsqQ3
Fillamentum ASA Filament (White): amzn.to/2MbpE2C
Gizmo Dorks HIPS Filament (Yellow): amzn.to/2ST975O
SunTop Carbon Fiber Filament (Black): amzn.to/2svupeo
Polymaker Polycarbonate (Transparent): amzn.to/2SUMKNt
NOVAMAKER Filament (Wood): amzn.to/2VUTHjx
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Chess Pawn from book Beginner’s Guide to 3D Printing [CHEP] can be found here: www.thingiverse.com/thing:997832 and the book can be found here: amzn.to/2Dbayad

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