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  1. C'est ici qu'on a le droit de se moquer des imprimantes chinoises à auto-combustion intégrée ?
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  2. selon la forme de ton objet, la déformation ne sera pas identique donc la modification non plus. sur un cube test environ 0,1 mm c'est très vendeur comme test, mais sur des surfaces courbes orientées différemment tu peux avoir 0,3 mm. c'est pourquoi il est conseillé, quand on veux une grande précision, de faire un proto d'abord. puis de corriger le 3D.
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  3. C'est plus du déterrage à ce niveau, c'est de l'archéologie !
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  4. As already said, I don't know why there is no developer mode with SSH connection, but SSH was enabled in the very first pre-release firmware, so I guess it is just deactivated. Just an idea if someone wants to tinker and try it on their own risk. The built in Onion board has a serial connector and they offer an "expansion dock" with a USB to serial. So if you buy such an expansion board you should be able to connect to the console of the Onion. Then you could just do want you want or enable the SSH daemon. Not sure if it really works, but I read the docs of the Onion
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  5. Well I have modded mine to have a camera so I can monitor the print remotely (Cant attach photos if anyone is interested, running off of an OrangePi), so I have would like to have a tab setup to show the camera, status of the print, etc... Also would like to set it up so when its done printing it can send me a notification via HA and flash the lights in my office to let me know its done. Once I have done that much done, I will probably have more ideas flowing on things I can do
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  6. je ne vois rien d'anormal, je donne ma langue au chat
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  7. Ahhhh! Quel beau déterrage de post! Sur mon UMO pour la sonde, j'utilise un connecteur de type "JST" au niveau de la tête. Pour la résitance il faut plus gros pour passer le courant et pour ne pas encombrer la la tête, j'ai mis un connecteur de type "XT60" plus loin...
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  8. WORKING TEMPORARY FIX, building off of @Pseudothink 1. Click marketplace (top right of cura, next to sign in) 2. Install Printer Settings 3. Restart Cura 4. Hit Settings on the toolbar 5. Hit Configure settings visibility 6. Search for zoom 7. Enable Z Hop Speed and Maximum Z Speed Travel 8. Under the Speed settings, set Maximum Z Speed Travel to 10 and under Printer Settings set Z Hop Speed to 5
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