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Cura ne veut pas créer le Gcode pour une pièce de 200mm

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Merci beaucoup,

Je viens d'enlever mon kilt ... et la pièce s'imprime! Quelques fois, il suffit de pas grand chose!

Autre question: j'utilise du fil quasi - VSOP (pour les amateurs de cognac), c'est à dire un fil de PLA de plus d'un an.

La première couche d'impression, celle contre la plaque, est souvent de qualité inégale: par moment , le fil n'est pas déposé de façon continu, il manque de la matière et cela génère des défauts pour la pièce.

Cela est il à mettre sur compte de l'âge de mon fil ou alors s'agit-il d'un mauvais paramétrage des conditions d'impression de la première couche??

Merci pour votre aide!

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