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Elle sera morte avant la fin de la bobine ;)

(ça ne vaut pas dire que ça ne va plus imprimer, mais le diamètre sera approximatif et le dessous de la buse plus vraiment plat)

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Une buse laiton, en fonction de l'abrasivité du filament a une durée de vie de plus ou moins quelques heures...


Alors verdict sur la ruby David ? Combien tu as déroulé avec ?

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