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I would only ever use a printed printer for PLA anyway, so 65°-70° bed. I'd be certain to make the at-risk pieces out of something with high heat tolerance like ASA, Nylon, maybe even PETG would be sufficient.

And thanks for all the effort and contribution to the community on this. It seems like my Ender3pro and P3Steel had a baby; especially in that steel color for the frame. :D