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UM2 - MK7 Gear - Flow oder Filamentdurchmesser anpassen?

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Hallo zusammen,

passend zum neuen Feeder benutze ich nun ein MK7 Antriebsrad.

Aufgrund des größeren Durchmessers transportiert es ja mehr Material als mit dem alten Antriebsrad.

Alter Umfang: 25,13mm

Neuer Umfang: 34,55mm

Wenn mich meinen grauen Zellen nicht ganz verlassen haben, transportiert das MK7 rund 37% mehr Material bei gleicher Umdrehung als das original. Ist das richtig gedacht?

Muss ich dazu im UM2 den Flow oder den Filamentdurchmesser anpassen (sonst kommt ja zu viel Material raus oder?)?

Danke schon mal.

Marcus

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