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Sinon si c'est vraiment du eSun (surtout du vieux), tu peux aussi le jeter :p

Le fuseclamp peut avoir son intérêt cela dit ! Mais je comprends pas trop trop le truc, je vois pas toutes les entrées de filament.

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Bah, j'ai pas beaucoup de noisettes, le Esun convient pour ce que j'ai à faire. ;)

J'ai au moins 15 bobines à recycler qui sont conditionnées dans des bidons fermés hermétiquement. Les outils sont chers et j'ai lu aucun retour d'utilisateurs. Ca peut néanmoins valoir le coup pour mélanger des filaments de couleurs...

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