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Probleme avec simplify3d depuis le firm 15.04.5

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Bonjour à tous,

Depuis la mise à jour effectuée sur mes um2ex (15.04.5) je ne parviens plus à lancer des impression slicées par s3d car le message "tried to printing out printing area" apprarait après la montée en temp du plateau et de la tete.

Est ce que quelqu'un a le meme probleme ?

Avec cura pas de soucis mais je prefere nettement travailler avec s3d pour le traitement des supports.

Merci pour vos retours ou solutions

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j ai eu le meme probleme avec simplify que j utilise surtout pour les objets depassant 200 mo, l objet est legerement decaller vers le fond du plateau d impression alors qu il a l air bien sur simplify, je me suis pas casser la tete je positionne mon objet un peu en avant du plateau sur l ecran de simplify et ca marche bien. je ne demande pas a simplify l option center et arrange.

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