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Je possede une UM2 transformée en UM2+

Avec cura 2.3.1 je tente une impression usb

L'imprimante fait seulement semblant d'imprimer

Le plateau n'est pas chaud, l'extrudeur non plus

Quelqu'un a une idée ?

Je suis sous win10 64b

merci pour vos réponses



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Oui: utiliser la carte SD...



Il y aura bien quelqu'un qui aura le courage de t'expliquer...


oui j’espère car là c'est du chinois pour moi

Même google n'a pas été mon ami sur ce coup la ! ;-)

Merci quand même

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Normalement il vaut mieux imprimer a partir de la carte SD l'intérêt est d'avoir l' imprimante totalement autonome de plus si tu utilises l'USB et que ton pc plante, redémarre sur une mise a jour ou x raison, l'impression en cours sera foutue.

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