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Bonjour,

comment faite vous pour limiter les bouts de filaments qui se déposent malgré la fonction "retrait" ?

J'ai pensé en diminuant la valeur dans le paramètre "autorisé le retrait". J'ai mis 0,7 dans la distance minimal. Mais il m'en reste encore.

Quelle astuce ? Diminuer la vitesse d'impression ?

Merci

Olivier

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Sur le PLA fourni avec l'ultimaker, je suis descendu à 190°C.

La je suis sur du PLA rouge futuraform premium, je suis à 200°C

J'ai vu deux paramètres pour éviter la filasse: la T° d'extrusion et le paramètre de rétractation.

perso je suis passé de 4.5mm (réglage de base) à 5.5mm. Je n'ai maintenant que très très peu de filasse.

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En général pour le PLA c'est la vitesse de retraction au max et entre 3 et 5 mm pour une buse de 0,4 mm, tu peux aussi augmenter ta vitesse de déplacement ( hors extrusion ) entre 150 mm/s et 200 mm/s.

Et effectivement baisser la température rend l'extrusion moins visqueuse et donc moins de suintements.

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