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    High temp prints

    I am looking to design and print climbing and basking structures for a lizard enclosure that I'm building. The enclosure has UVB/UVA lighting and a 90 watt halogen basking light that are on about 12 hours a day and the basking spot is about 110 degrees Fahrenheit. What type of filament would be best to withstand these conditions?

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