This may be more of a tip, but has anyone noticed how well PLA prints when it’s really cold? Is it my imagination or not?
In my climate (Wanaka, NZ) It’s often 5-8 C overnight in the uninsulated container where I print from - mainly at night (although now I have another one inside as it’s just too cold for me!!) And there is practically 0 humidity which makes for great storage of PLA. I am experiencing really high adhesion and the prints seem to just be better, good bridging etc, I don’t use a fan on the print. In Summer however the complete opposite happens, it’s 30-45 C inside the container, I’m sweating and I have many failed prints during the day. Do you think I’m dreaming or what’s your experiences?