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Suite aux diverses discutions sur la résistance inter-couches en Z je vous propose une voie en attendant un futur test mécanique / température d'extrusion.

L'idée c'est d'augmenter la largeur d'extrusion du remplissage pour un même diamètre de buse et ainsi augmenter l'adhésion des couches.

Afin de d'accentuer les effets de suintement et d'augmenter la visibilité j'ai volontairement imprimé ce test à 265° sur une couche de 0.4 m avec une buse de 0.8 mm le tout à petite vitesse 30 mm/s sur Simplify3d.

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