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Bonjour à tous. Je cherche un logiciel ou une fonctionnalité dans cura, ou meshmixer qui me permettrai de calculer le volume en cm/cube du STL. Quelqun aurait il un tuyau ?

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Moi je me base sur les mètres que donne Cura, car en fonction de ce que tu met comme paramètre le nombre de cm3 réel est différent (sauf si tu veux connaitre simplement le volume de l'objet.

Pour calculer le volume dans Cura je fais nombre de mètre * 6.4 et tu as le nombre de cm3

Le 6.4 c'est pour du filament 2.85mm, je ne sais plus exactement la formule

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Cela est juste si et seulement si on remplit la pièce à 100%

Sinon, il faut imprimer l'objet, le tremper dans un récipient plein d'eau et peser la quantité qui déborde.

La masse volumique de l'eau étant de 1kg pour 1litre :)

OK, ok.....


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