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Je ne l'ai pas testé mais ca fait quelque temps que j'hésite, je ne sais pas si ce serait efficace pour retoucher les parties abimées par les supports sur de matériaux difficilement ponçable comme le PLA.

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J'en avais pris 10 pour voir ce que ça donnait, j'en ai essayé un, et franchement j'ai pas trouvé d'utilité par rapport à un bon cutter. Je pense que je vais arreter de les vendre d'ailleurs

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