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Carlito

Tete d'impression envahie par du plastique !!!

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Hello,

Il y a 2 mois avant de partir en vacance j'ai voulu imprimé en 3D un vase en cadeau, je lance l'impression le soir et le matin je vais voir ce que ça à donné... Et la horreur, le plastique à envahie ma tête d'impression ! Pas le temps de m'en occuper car en retard pour mon vol...

Je viens donc de revenir 2 mois après cet incident, rien n'a bouger, j'ai donc démonté toute la tête d'impression et nettoyé le plastique... mais voila je me demandait comment c'est arrivé, comment enlever les résidus de plastique et surtout est-ce qu'elle remarchera ???

Merci de vos réponse

Carlito

PS : le deuxième photo montre mon vase... c'est un nouveau design xD

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