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    Anyone used 3dxtech max-g?

    I'm looking to print a few things that need pretty high impact resistance, durability, dimensional stability, in both warm and cold, and good chemical resistance. The glass fiber reinforced petg sounds like it would be the best in terms of that and ease of printing. I've also looked into polycarbonate, and glass fiber reinforced nylon, but both those would require modifications to my Ender 3(which I plan on doing anyway, at a later date) I'm sure with even the fiber petg I'll need at least a tool steel nozzle.

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