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    The influence of the ambient temperature on the results of a 3d print

    I have got two questions about this topic.
    My house is tiny, and that's why my living room is also my hobby space. In autumn and winter the temperature in this room is only 17 Celsius.
    While searching the internet for information about 3D printing I frequently find that ambient temperature can negatively influence or even ruin the a printed object. Is it therefore safe to say that, in my case, buying a 3D printer in an enclosure is the best option and is the low temperature in my house going to be problem in case of an open printer?

    Thanks

    #2
    I have found since "winter " has started to set in , our room that houses the printer tends to be about 10 degrees cooler than the rest of the house.. I have been having more issues with warping pieces , sticking issues .. so we've since put a space heater in that room issues have resolved themself

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      #3
      Maybe a printer in an enclosure is a good option in my case.

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