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J'ai lancé her soir un print de plus de 25h et ce matin quand je vais vérifier...

Sur le papier (ou plutôt Cura) c'était sensé ressemblé à ça:

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Et l'imprimante m'a sortie ça comme ça:

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POUQUOI ? :angry::angry::angry:

L'objet est de 17 cm de haut, je ne sais pas si ça joue ?

Le print se decal vers  l'avant  après 1 cm de print normal puis sur la gauche. En résumé il n'y a que la base qui est ne soit pas à chier.

Cela vous est-il déjà arrivé? comment ce problème se résolut-il?

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TADAAMMMMM

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Bon j'ai dû échanger de branchement sur la CM les capteurs de fin de course (donc maintenant la position home est tout en haut à droite) mais après 2 essai non concluant (formes  pas rondes, pas de mouvements de l'axe X) c'est OK.

dsl de la qualité pas terrible de mes images...on fait avec se qu'on a ;)

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