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Hauteur du plateau Simplify3D

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Bonjour,

a ceux qui utilise Simplifiy3D, je voulais savoir comment il est possible de modifier et ou, la hauteur du plateau au démarrage. Lorsque la tête se place dans la phase de démarrage, et teste l'extrusion en faisant le petit boudin, je trouve que le plateau est un peu haut. Le boudin a tendance se coller sur la buse.

Je cherche a modifier ce paramètre de démarrage pour mettre une autre valeur de l'axe Z.

Merci

Olivier

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Apparemment, tu as une UM2.

Édite ton FFF Setings dans l’onglet "Scripts" et "Starting Script" tu as :

M907 E1400 ; increase extruder current

G28 ; home all axes

G1 X20 Y10 F3000 ; bring extruder to front

G92 E0 ; zero the extruded length

G1 Z20 ; lower  Ici tu as la hauteur de départ du cycle de purge (ici 20).

G1 E19 F200 ; purge nozzle quickly

G1 E26 F60 ; purge nozzle slowly

G92 E0 ; zero the extruded length again

G1 E-5.5 F400 ; retract

G1 X190 Z0 F9000 ; pull away filament

G1 X210 F9000 ; wipe

G1 Y20 F9000 ; wipe

G1 E0 ; feed filament back

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