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Bonjour à tous, j'aimerais connaitre vos retour sur la buse everlast

Est elle vraiment plus performante ?

Plus durable ?

Investissement judicieux pour l'ABS ?

J'imprime pas mal d'ABS alumine d'optimus avec particule alu.

Merci à tous

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Les buses everlast sont en diamant (ou sapphire) en fonction de la taille de la buse.

Donc pour tout ce qui est abrasif c'est le top, je n'ai pas testé le olsson ruby mais j'ai une buse everlast sur mon um3 qui tourne sans problèmes :)

Si ça vous intéresse je peux les avoir sur mon shop ;)

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I have been using the Everlast nozzles on my UM2 - mainly with wood and bronze materiel with very good results (I have three different sizes 0.25,0.40 and 0.60)

The UM2 Everlast nozzles are either ruby or saphire, what also makes them work well is the internal design of the nozzle.

I hope everyone is OK with an English reply, translation below just in case it helps

J'ai utilisé les bus Everlast sur mon UM2 - principalement avec du matériel en bois et en bronze avec de très bons résultats (j'ai trois tailles différentes 0,25,0.40 et 0.60)

Les buses UM2 Everlast sont ruby ou saphire, ce qui les rend également efficaces, c'est la conception interne de la buse.

J'espère que tout le monde est bien avec une réponse en anglais, traduction ci-dessous au cas où cela aidera

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