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Bonjour,

J'ai fini de monter mon imprimante qui m'a lâchée au bout de 15 min de tests.

Le responsable a été le driver de moteur pas à pas de l'axe X. Après investigations je me suis aperçu que le petit radiateur collé dessus ne tenait presque pas, il est tombé tout seul lorsque j'ai vérifié l’en-fichage correct des drivers sur la carte.

Je pense donc qu'il n'a pas été suffisamment refroidit et n'y a pas survécu.

Pour ceux qui sont en train ou qui vont bientôt en monter leur imprimante pensez donc à vérifiez ce détail ça ne mange pas de pain ;-)

De mon côté je n'ai plus qu'à espérer que l'équipe d'Ultimaker va vite me renvoyer un driver de remplacement car je me sens un peu frustré sur le coup ;-)

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JF

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