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Réglage de base pour Cura

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Bonjour à tous,

je suis nouveau sur le forum, et j'espère que je pose la question à la bonne place, dans le cas contraire aiguillez-moi !

Je cherche les réglages de base pour Cura (Ultimaker 2+): vitesse, etc...

Qqun peut me diriger?

Merci et good print !!

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Dans Cura 2.5 les paramètres prédéfinis sont plutôt bon. Donc je prendrais ceux la pour commencer.

La seule chose qui d'après moi est mal définie est la vitesse d'impression, certaines valeurs sont trop hautes (souvent l'infill), j'aime bien perso mettre des vitesses plus ou moins constantes avec des écarts de 10mm/s max

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Merci pour vos réponses !

Et qqun a une idée si on peut imprimer directement et contrôler la machine pendant l'impression depuis Repetier? (je fesais ca avant avec mon ancienne, je trouve ca super pratique, la molette de Ultimaker est pas terrible je trouve...

Bonne soirée à tous.

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