I did but it wouldn’t print properly and clogged up the nozzle, after drying hard inside, requiring a complete new hot end unit, scratch 1 new hot end and 1 roll of Flexi filament, this was the first clog I’d had in years.. So I learned my lesson, stick with PLA..I gather that you haven't found practical uses for it ?
Yes the smaller the nozzle for text the better, but 0.25 is a bit too small in my eyes anyway, I found 0.4 does a good job with 14 point text, Jasus @Artur5 it must have taken you years to finish the print with that size nozzle.. You’d have to check to see if the Feckin printer was still working..hen I reverted to 0.4. It's my sweet spot for 3D printing.
Thankfully I don’t have that issue, maybe because mine is not that well designed..I spent on Openscad designing the models. It was my first try using the text function in Openscad and each time I modified a bit the files it took hours to render it.