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Mais ils sont devenus complétement fou ces gents 8)

Si j'ai bien compris ?

Il faut enrouler de la fibre autour du fil (FDM) avant qu'il ne passe dans l'extrudeur et la buse pour compenser la différence de longueur !

Les 'barges', encore plus tordu que moi <3

Pour le G0, c'est un déplacement rapide sans écoulement de fil fondu. Exemple de déplacement entre plusieurs pièces sur le plateau.

Mais comme il y a une fibre 'fil' qui est accroché sur le flot continu qui sort de la buse, il faudrait le trancher pour reprendre plus loin. Visiblement, cela ne fonctionne pas ou fonctionne mal. Du coup, les G0 sont remplacés en G1 la matière sort malgré tout en continu.

Il doit y avoir des coulures au finale.

Pas mal @rigs comme d'habitude :)


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ok pour un déplacement entre objet, mais sur une grande surface imprimée, le déplacement doit déposer de la matière en trop en coupant a travers pour chaque nouvelle couche !!!! cela doit générer des problèmes.

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