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Ompossible d'imprimer 2x avec le même filament

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filament: PLAcolorfabb

Bonjour,

Je ne peux plus imprimer de pièces avec le même filament, je dois l'enlever et le recharger à nouveau pour faire une nouvelle impression.

Si le filament reste dans l'imprimante il ne sort de la buse qu'un tout petit fil inutile .

J'ai changé la buse mais la punition est la même.

L'un de vous a-t'il une solution au problème?

D'avance Merci

Luc

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Ouep déjà eu ce pb.

En fin d'impression l'imprimante fait un gros retrait. et si ton isolateur téflon est abimé ou mis de travers alors le filament vient buter dessus au début de l'impression suivante.

Pour ma part j'ai démonté, nettoyé et le pb à disparu.

Vérifie aussi que le tube bowden rentre bien à fond dans l'isolateur téflon.

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