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Estoy imprimiendo nylon y la única manera de que no salga con burbujas es aumentando el flow a 120%. Pero necesito no perder las tolerancias de la pieza original. Cómo podría solucionarlo en Cura? Jugando con la escala?

Un saludo!

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Las burbujas puede ser que el nylon haya estado expuestos a humedad y haya que meterlo en el horno durante unas horas antes de usarlo. El caso es que no tengo los detalles de cusnto tiempo a cuanta temperatura. Pero si salen burbujas al imprimir es que ha absorbido humedad. Tal vez puedas mandar un mail a los que te vendieron el nylon para que te indiquen como hacer para quitarsela.

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