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Nouvelle utilisatrice de l'ultimaker 2, des petits problèmes persistent :

- dès que l'impression est fini, si mon filament reste dans le tube guide filament, il se casse !

est-ce normal ?

- et si oui, n'y-a-t-il pas d'autres moyens que de démonter le moteur pour "sortir" le filament de ce tube ???

Merci pour votre réponse, car je commence à désespérer sérieusement !-(


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Bonjour chère compatriote :)

Le filament dont tu parles, quel est la marque? S'il casse c'est peut être un mauvais batch ou il a été mal entreposé (prise d'humidité?)/

Pour le sortir tu peux:

Faire change material, ce qui sortira le bout encore en contact avec le feeder. Et pour sortir le reste tu enleves le bowden des deux cotés (le bowden c'est le tube).

Pour enlever le tube, enlever le clip bleu et pousse sur le collet blanc puis tire sur le tube en maintenant poussé (ca doit venir tout seul, si tu dois forcer c'est que tu ne pousses pas assez). Ensuite prend un bout de filament et pousse le jusqu'a le sortir

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