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Salut salut,

une question me chagrine : est-ce normal que les couches planes, à "l'intérieur" du print mais aussi et surtout au-dessus ressemblent à 5a332096a8326_IMG_49811.thumb.JPG.0d70f1920b428d2b5a8c976aa59a8149.JPG et 5a332096f086f_IMG_49821.thumb.JPG.a0b820111adbb2d7f9acaa0591571b69.JPG ?

Peut-on se débarrasser des stries ?

Je n'ai pas l'impression d'avoir le plateau trop haut pourtant... plutôt trop bas ! (Je l'ai calibré après (oui oui) ce print pour un autre modèle 3D et j'ai bien pu le remonter, la feuille de papier ne frottait pas... Et à l'intérieur de ce 2e print (au moment où j'écris il est donc en cours) je retrouve la même chose)

Merci !



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