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Posted · Choix de filament UM2Go


J'imprime avec une Ultimaker 2 Go. Pour l'instant, j'ai utilisé la bobine de PLA 2.85mm gris fournie lors de l'achat de la machine, mais cette bobine arrive à son terme, et vient le moment d'en racheter (PLA 2.85mm).

Vers qui se tourner alors ? Pourquoi une telle différence de prix entre Ultimaker et Makershop ? Meilleure qualité de filament chez Ultimaker ? Que conseillez-vous?


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    Posted · Choix de filament UM2Go


    Perso je conseille toujours de prendre un filament de bonne qualité, ça évite pas mal de soucis et prises de têtes.

    Perso je suis très fan du filament Colorfabb, la plupart de mes filaments viennent de la. Le filament Ultimaker est bien aussi (pas toute les couleurs). Sinon il y a Faberdashery en angleterre qui est très bien mais super chère avec l'euro dévalué.

    Autres marques qui reviennent régulièrement mais que je n'ai pas testées:



    Le filament vendu par MakerShop est bien aussi mais je ne suis pas sure qu'il mesure bien 2.85mm (ce qui est très important pour les Ultimakers).

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    Posted (edited) · Choix de filament UM2Go

    @DidierKlein : Merci. Je me suis procuré des échantillons de bobine de PLA MakerShop et Colorfabb. Je vais imprimer une pièce test pour les comparer ;-)

    @rigs : Merci pour ce comparatif ! Il y a même les prix et l'origine, c'est pas mal. Par contre, pas d'explication des critères. As-tu une idée de ce qu'ils entendent par "performance", "qualité" et "procédé" (celui que j'ai le plus de mal à cerner est "procédé") ?

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    Posted · Choix de filament UM2Go

    Par contre, pas d'explication des critères. As-tu une idée de ce qu'ils entendent par "performance", "qualité" et "procédé" (celui que j'ai le plus de mal à cerner est "procédé") ?


    Salut Whitelamb

    Tu trouveras le test en détail ici en french et ici pour l'original

    Attention ce test est réalisé sur une makerbot...avec des températures de base....

    Mais il est déjà possible de ce faire une idée ;)

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