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sa le fait sur buse 0.8 et 0.4

temp a 220 ou 230 pour du flexible formfutura ou même 200-220 pla

couche 0.2 à 0.3

Tous sa change pas grand chose, mais en effet je vais refaire un BON réglage plateau, d'ailleurs comment faite vous vos réglages ? la feuille ? ou autre ?

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Sinon tu met un brim ou skirt de 5 lignes et tu règle ton plateau a la volée en tournant les vis perso je fais comme ça et j'ai pas de soucis.

Pour le réglage je le fait soit avec la feuille soit a l'oeil et je fait le réglage fin avec la première impression comme expliqué au début

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