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Maybe I'll try that. Since my print chamber is not ready yet, I print my things in PETG instead of ABS. I think of tempering the printparts with bearings installed directly on the rods at 60-70° within my oven. This temperature-range should be okay for the bearings and rods, but should relax the printparts.