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How to print in 80mm/s

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Hello everybody!

I'm trying to print a little mechanical button with Filaflex filament, but i am quite blocked.

Does anybody knows how to print in 80mm/s? (Do i need to setup the speed printer to 80% to correspond to 80mm/s speed?)

Thank you for your help!

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Well it may differ between the old and new versions of Cura but somewhere you should see "Print speed (mm/s)" set that to 80 - it is 80 mm/s not 80%. In Cura 15.04.02 it is on the Basic tab

 

Thank you very much for your help. I found on cura, it's in the expert mode!

Have a nice day!

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Bonjour Charlie je pense que peut-etre tu as tort. J'ai downloaded 15.04.4 and le "print speed mm/s" est toujours avec le Basic menu tab

Quelle version de Cura utilises-tu?

 

Salut Yellowshark! J'ai aussi la version 15.04.4 de cura, en faite pour être plus précis c'est dans l'onglet "expert" --> mode Complet.

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Lol, pas pour moi! Si je regarde l'onglet "expert" je vois seulement "switch to quick print" "switch to full settings" "open expert settings" "run bed levelling wizard" "run head offset wizard"; il n'y a pas  mode Complet . ?*?*

Eh bien, pour tu je suppose que c'est OK.  Je voulais simplement vérifier que tu utilisais la bonne "vitesse d'impression" :)

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Lol, pas pour moi! Si je regarde l'onglet "expert" je vois seulement "switch to quick print" "switch to full settings" "open expert settings" "run bed levelling wizard" "run head offset wizard"; il n'y a pas  mode Complet . ?*?*

Eh bien, pour tu je suppose que c'est OK.  Je voulais simplement vérifier que tu utilisais la bonne "vitesse d'impression" :)

 

Oui c'est tout bon bonne vitesse . J'ai juste à ajuster l'épaisseur matière sur ma 3D.

En tout cas merci pour ta réponse!See you

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