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PolyWood ou WoodFill ?

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Hello,

Le polywood je n'ai jamais utilisé je crois que certains l'ont déjà utilisé.

Moi je suis assez fan du WoodFill de ColorFabb.

Niveau impression: buse de 0.60mm minimum.

Couche de 0.2 à 0.3mm le reste n'est pas différent d'une impression classique

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Je n'ai pas testé le Polywood encore.

J'ai fais des prints avec le Easywood de Formfutura et le Wood de Octofiber.

Comme Didier : buse de 0.6mm et couches de 0.2.

En température, entre 190 et 200° comme le PLA normal.

En vitesse, j'ai fais du 60-70mm/s mais en général je tourne aux alentours de 40-45mm/s

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Polywood after 30 seconds acetone vapour treatment:

 

le polywood est à base de PLA ? et le traitement acétone fonctionne ?

ou est l'erreur ?

 

J'ai eu le même raisonnement que toi mais les photos parlent d'elles-même.

Bon à savoir & à essayer

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