As delivered from the factory, the Flashforge Dreamer can print plastics like PLA and ABS, but more demanding plastics like Nylon and polycarbonate are out of reach due to temperature limitations of the hotends. This article covers the upgrade to metal hotends and a trial run with the new nozzles using PC plus polycarbonate filament. Continue reading “Install all metal hotend on Flashforge Dreamer and print test with PC-plus Polycarbonate”
In this post the installation of a PLA Turbo fan on the Flashforge Dreamer is described, including the benefits for printing with PLA.
As discussed in the Flashforge Dreamer review posted earlier, some of the Dreamer models did not come with a nozzle fan fitted on the side of te extruder carriage. My specific printer was only equipped with 2 larger fans mounted on the back of the printer.
PLA should be cooled as quickly as possible after leaving the nozzle in order to obtain the best results, especially in challenging situations, such as steep overhangs. Continue reading “Flashforge Dreamer PLA Turbo Fan Installation”