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je viens de recevoir le produit

j'ai un problème sur l'avaleur de fil difficultés en renter le fil

je suis obligé de forcer le fil pour d'il accroche au galet

la plupart du temps le fil avance trés peu et le galet forme une cavité dans le fil

si le fil rentre j'usqu'a la buse impossible ensuite de changer le fil celui ci ne revient pas en arriére

le galet forme une empreinte sur la moitier du fil

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Bonjour Biais

En générale il faut toujours pousser un peu le filament pour qu'il "accroche" dans le feeder.

Pour le reste je ne suis pas sur d'avoir tout compris.

Quel type de filament tu utilises (matière et marque)?

quand tu changes ton filament tu suis le procédé de la machine? as tu réussi une impression?

Peux tu faires quelques que photos pour imager un peu :p?

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