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Bobine de filament qui se déroule trop vite

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Bonjour,

j'ai imprimé le spooler https://www.youmagine.com/search/designs?utf8=%E2%9C%93&search=spool

Il est tellement bien que beaucoup du filament se dévide de la bobine. Une pichenette et la bobine fait un tour. :)

Sur que c'est low friction, mais est ce que certains ont une astuce (a part remettre celui initial) ?

Merci

olivier

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faudrait essayer de mettre du WD  -40    c'est un grippant industriel mais je ne sait pas où ça s'achète ;)

 

Surement dans le même magasin que le marteau à bomber le verre...

@kryscosne tu peux poser un livre sur la bobine pour ajouter une résistance...tu viens de découvrir que le low friction c'est pas que bien... ;)

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