I too could use some help with the 0.2mm nozzle and nozzle clog.
I am printing with Devil Design ASA on the recommended temps for DD for both heat bed and nozzle ( created a separate profile for the filament ).
Want as much detail, so print with standard layer width for 0.2mm nozzle and set the layer height to 0.1mm ( not even the finest ! ).
I am printing Star Wars Death Star tiles, and am looking at 2 days and 11 hour for the largest part.
The printer warns me about possible nozzle clog when the heat bed is at 90 degrees, but I push ignore and start printing. All goes well, print looks spectacular, can’t believe is not factory mould
However, between 8 and 10 hours in, I get nozzle clog ( and the X1C continuous, and doesn’t stop the print by itself ).
I have resliced to 0.4 nozzle, still 0.1 layer height, and with standard speed, it carves up the infill pattern and breaks off my supports. And, what I dislike even more, surface detail is not up to my standard.
So I would like to go back to the 0.2mm nozzle.
I print with Devil Design, since it is both cheap and has the right shade of grey ( Bambu’s is too dark ). I have always like FormFutura and the ApolloX has printed well for me on my Prusa ( also with 0.2mm nozzle ( with cardboard boxes around the printer ).
What can I do best to try and prevent nozzle clog ?
Slightly up the temp of the nozzle ?
Max. the part fan ?
Set the case fan higher ?
Open de lid slightly ? That would lower the case temp.
Any help would be greatly appreciated, since wasting plastic is bad for the environment, my wallet ( both for buying plastic and for AC ) and very frustrating !