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Modèles bicolores Ultimaker 3

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Bonjour, j'ai récemment reçu une Ultimaker 3 et après avoir fait mes premiers prints en une seule couleur, je suis à la recherche de modèles qui me permettrait d'imprimer directement dans deux couleurs. Auriez-vous des modèles sympa à me suggérer , j'ai jeter un oeil ici https://ultimaker.com/en/community/prints/?page=1 mais pas grand chose à se mettre sous la dent... Merci !

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J'ai fait une collection avec des modèles bicolores sur thingiverse si tu veux:


Sinon pour Cura si tu as bien la Ultimaker 3 comme imprimante.

Tu ajoutes les deux STL dans Cura.

Ensuite tu vas sur la partie gauche dans per model settings et tu choisis extruder 1 ou 2 puis tu fais merge model et ça va tout seul.

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