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Bonsoir tout le monde,

je viens à vous pour une Ultimaker Original que j'ai monté il y a peu, et pour test, un cube d'1cm de côté.

Mais lorsque je vérifié les mesures je trouve une différence de près de 0.7 mm de différence que sur une impression du même cube sur une Ultimaker 2 Extended.

Est ce normal ? quelque chose de mal serrer ?

Merci par avance.


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Je n'est pas d'experience avec l'UMO, mais dans une premier tu peux peut être revoir ton montage, personnel je ferais un second teste cette fois ci avec la meme couleur en m'assurant que je suis bien sur les memes paramètres T° extrusion , T° plateau, vitesse d'impression... Et éventuellement ajuster avec l'outil "Echelle" dans Cura.

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