Switching from resin A to resin B which has a higher processing temperature.
Residue of Resin A that were not cleared out will burn during the switch to Resin B.
This problem is worse when switching to a resin type such as PEEK, which is processed at a temperature of about 400 degrees, and switching over to it requires full removal of Resin A.
Use an RAMCLEAN® cleaning material that can mediate between material A and B that can be processed at the temperature range of the two.
Once you are done working with material A, clean it at its processing temperature with a suitable RAMCLEAN® material and then switch to working with Resin B at its processing temperature.
Determining the correct RAMCLEAN® solution will be performed by completing the questionnaire or through a Chat conversation with the RAMCLEAN® experts.