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Extrudeur L3K sur ultimaker

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salut a tous, je viens d'installer un extruder L3K normalement prévu pour prusa I3, sur mon clone ultimaker.

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https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:512338

J'ai également designer un adaptateur pour le fixé en lieux et place de l'extrudeur d'origine, ainsi qu'un petit adaptateur pour mettre le clamp bowden à l'emplacement prévu pour les buses.

dispo ici:

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1518901

l'extrudeur se retrouve la tête en bas, mais sa ne gène rien.

 

il faudra recompiler le firmware avec les nouvelle valeur de pas/mm pour l'extrudeur.

moi je me retrouve avec 172 pas/mm

penser également à inverser le sens du moteur.

Problème rencontrer:

-lors des changements de matière le moteur tourne trop vite et se bloque (perte de pas).

je ne sais pas ou allé dans le firmware pour modifier la vitesse de l'extrudeur lors des changements de bobines.

Pour le reste ce n'est que du bonheur! plus de perte de pas, plus de câble qui se ronge etc! les prints se termine tous sans encombre!!! :D

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