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Problème remplissage en mode grille (UM3)

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Le mode "grille" fait qu'il passe 2 fois sur les croisillons. Comme le XT se rigidifie assez vite, lors du passage de la cloison déja imprimée, cette dernière racle la buse et interrompt le flux continu ce qui a tendance produire ce phénomène...

Le mode "ligne" en général se comporte mieux dans ce genre de situation.

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Je dépasse rarement les 45mm/s.

Pour la plaque, j'utilise du 3Dlac mais surtout il faut bien attendre que ton plateau soit froid.

J'ai bricolé deux ventilos que je mets devant la pièce une fois l’impression terminée car bien sur, je suis toujours pressé de décoller les pièces !!


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