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question d'un néophyte:

Est-il possible dans cura, de modifier les paramètres d'impression (vitesse, dépose, ventilateur, température) pour que ceux-ci varient aux cours de l'impression?

en gros, si j'identifie sur ma pièce une zone difficile à imprimer: je voudrais diminuer la vitesse sur cette zone mais conserver une vitesse plus élevée sur le reste de la pièce, aujourd'hui, je fais ces réglages manuellement directement sur l'imprimante mais si c'était possible de le générer directement sur cura, ce serait plus pratique car ça m'éviterait de rester devant l'imprimante!!

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tu as des plugins dans cura qui te permettent de faire ça :

Le "pause at height" (in English) qui permet de faire une pause à une certaine hauteur pour changer de filament, par exemple.

Le "Tweak at Z" lui permet de changer quasi toutes les valeurs pertinentes pendant une impression comme la vitesse, le flow, la température, etc...

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