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I did it in PLA. I dont think that it is a problem since the hottest Part which touches frankie is the filament heatsink which should be kept cool anyways to prevent a filament jam. thats why it has a dedicated fan. just be carefull that the parts called "nozzle cooling fan" does not touch the heatblock. btw it should be called "target fan duct" since you do not really want to cool your nozzle when printing. ;)