Since suggested print temp says 210c to 240c on packaging, I originally tried 235c with a bed temp of 85c and a density of 1.25 (per reading someone's info that I think was wrong). Lines were a little wavy and frayed. This test I was also using the sharpie trick of feeding the filament through a sharpie but my filament was breaking in the sharpie and I don't know if was from high heat or tension.
Found another reference for density of 1.04 and tried that with a temp of 220c and bed temp of 85c. Lines were clean and sharp and layer adhesion was better and didn't use the sharpie trick.
In both cases, adhesion to the print board was really good. I clean my print bed with 99% isopropyl alcohol to remove any oil and residue and don't use any adhesion aids.
I'll be experimenting till I get this just right for this material but so far, I would buy again after fine tuning and getting some more models completed.