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Comment imprimer des lettres DANS la matière ?

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Sur le 3dbenchy les lettre sont légerement enfoncée genre de 0.2mm la premiere couche fait le contour la 2eme et les suivantes les recouvrent

Sinon tu peux faire ceci:

Un Stl avec le texte et épaisseur de 0.2mm tu l'imprimes d'une couleur (hauteur première couche 0.2mm) puis tu fais un autre STL par exemple un rectangle plein de 1mm de haut. Tu l'imprimes avec hauteur de la premiere couche à 0.3mm ca va recouvrir les lettres et les intégrer plutot bien (en fonction de la qualité de ta première couche.

Ps: Désactives le skirt pour l'impression des lettres ;)

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