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willy6996

Défauts d'impresion

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Bonjour,

Lors de l'impression de cercle, ceu-çi ne sont pas complétement concentriques.

J'utilise Netfabb .

Les courroies ont été équipées de tendeurs et l'équerrage XY vérifié.

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Si vous avez un solution pour résoudre ce souci, je suis preneur.

Merçi,

Willy.

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Salut,

ça, c'est la tension des courroies moteurs qui n'est pas bonne.

Dévisse légèrement les 4 vis des moteurs X et Y, tire le moteur vers le bas de manière a tendre la courroie à fond, une fois parfaitement tendue, tu revisses suffisamment fort pour ne pas qu'il puisse rebouger.

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