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UM 2+ Parametre T° d'extrusion selon le diametre de la buse.

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Je pense (je ne suis plus sure de l'avoir fait ou pas mais je pense que oui)

Qu'il faut faire un export des settings vers le fichier materials.txt

Puis éditer celui-ci et rajouter une ligne avec la taille de la buse et la température qui va bien.

Puis ré-importer les settings depuis le nouveau fichier

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j'ai pris le temps de regarder tout cas, mais je ne vois pas ou ajouter un diamètre de buse sur le fichier materials.txt

[material]

name=PLA

temperature=210

temperature_210

temperature_195

temperature_230

temperature_240

temperature_240

bed_temperature=60

fan_speed=100

flow=100

diameter=2.85

[material]

name=ABS

temperature=260

temperature_255

temperature_245

temperature_260

temperature_260

temperature_260

bed_temperature=90

fan_speed=100

flow=107

diameter=2.85

[material]

name=CPE

temperature=255

temperature_255

temperature_245

temperature_260

temperature_260

temperature_260

bed_temperature=60

fan_speed=50

flow=100

diameter=2.85

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Et non ca ne fonctionne pas :(

J'ai mis a jour le firmware avec la derneier version 2. 1.3 Cura

J'ai fait une "export to SD" et cela n'a rien changé je ne trouve toujours pas le diam de buses. J'ai refait le fichier marerial.txt comme indiqué en ajoutant la buse de 0.5 mm et fait "import from SD"

[material]

name=PLA

temperature=210

temperature_0.25=195

temperature_0.4=210

temperature_0.5=220

temperature_0.6=240

temperature_0.8=240

temperature_1.00=240

bed_temperature=60

fan_speed=100

flow=100

diameter=2.85

Tout a bien fonctionné mais a moins d'essayer je ne peux pas savoir si je paramètre une buse 0.5 dans cura il trouvera la bonne T¨° .

Dans tous les cas ce qui m'intéresserait c'est d'avoir la buse 0.5 répertoriée dans le menu "Customize" .

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