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Rien ne sort de la buse, Urgent

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Bonjour à vous,

Je tente aujourd'hui d'imprimer sur une ultimaker original pour le bureau.

Après le réglage du plateau (avec feuille de papier), je lance le test du carré.

Rien ne s'imprime.

Que faire?

J'ai regardé la technique atomic, mais je ne sais pas comment enlever le filament, ni comment faire chauffer la buse à une température voulue, sachant que cette imprimante ne dispose pas d'un écran de controle.

Merci d'avance.

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Salut,

C'est quoi comme filament qui est actuellement coincé dans la buse ?

Il faut que tu utilises une interface type s3d ou repetier ou encore pronterface sur ton pc pour donner une consigne de chauffe à ton umo.

tu fait chauffer, tu enlèves le bowden et tu pousse à la main un bout de pla. Tu attends que ça refroidisse vers les 100°C et tu tire tout doucement.

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