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Probleme Gcode pour Tor/ Printrbot Metal Plus

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Je suis une toute nouvelle utilisatrice de l'imprimante Printrbot metal plus et là j'ai un probleme récurrent.

Jusqu'à présent j'imprimais des tors sans aucun soucis, ils ressortaient parfaitement ronds. Hors là, la premiere couche est trop appuyée. Mon tor est du coup plat sur la partie collée au plateau puis s'arrondi par la suite mais plutot en strate, il n'a plus vraiment de rondeur dans l'épaisseur. On m'a dit de changer le Gcode notamment de faire varier le code M212 Z0.1 puis M212 Z-0.1, bref plusieurs variantes en positif et negatif. Mais rien n'y fait.

Je suis désolée si je ne me fais pas bien comprendre ou si je n'emploie pas forcement les bons termes mais avec mes indications pouvez-vous m'aider?

(appuyer 1ere couche, imprimante 3 points, epaisseur du plateau, capteur auto)

Merci :-)

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