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Température de base PLA trop chaude

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Hello.

Hier en remarquant que j'avais pas mal de stringing entre les supports d'une impression, je vais dans le paramètre de l'imprimante pour diminuer la température et là je vois qu'il m'avait mis 230° comme température par défaut en PLA.

Le jour avant la température était de 210° par défaut, comme depuis toujours. Et là du jour au lendemain ça me donne 20° de plus...

J'ai été dans les paramètres de Material et j'ai bien re-cliquer sur PLA, mais ça me donne toujours 230°

Je ne comprends pas. Je n'ai touché à rien entre temps pourtant...

Alors pourquoi diantre ce changement?

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Et pour illustrer les propos d'@electromu, le profil de base pour une UM2+

[material]

name=PLA

temperature=210

temperature_0.40=210

temperature_0.25=195

temperature_0.60=230

temperature_0.80=240

temperature_1.00=240

bed_temperature=60

fan_speed=100

flow=100

diameter=2.85

Conclusion : tu as changé de diamètre de buse dans CURA entre avant-hier et hier.

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