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parametre pour du PLA CORKFILL

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j'ai du PLA CORKFILL de chez Colorfabb

Que conseillez vous comme paramètre d'impression pour une meilleur cohésion des couches.

Moi j'ai mis

Diametre buse 0,8

Vitesse d'impression 30 mm

epaisseur de la couche 0,1

fan a 30%

Flow 103

température 200°C

et température du plateau 60°C

Si d'autres ont des conseils, je suis preneur


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J'ai un spool de corkfill mais pas testé encore.

Pour les filaments bois en général je fais des couches plus grosses, genre 0.25mm minimum

J'essaie de rester relativement haut en vitesse (50mm/s) pour éviter que le filament chauffe trop longtemps dans la buse.

Pour la température je met 220°c mais pour le corkfill je ne connais pas la température idéale. Ici je parle de mes paramètres pour le woodfill et le bamboofill

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