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je ne trouve pas pratique d’accéder à l’arrière de l'imprimante (um2 ou um3) pour changer les bobines et introduire le fil dans le feeder.

de plus j'ai des bobines de 3kg qui ne tiennent pas sur le support arrière. j'utilise un support déporté.

est il possible de déplacer sur le coté le feeder pour le rendre plus accessible?


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Posted · déplacement feeder

Ah Ok ...

C’était un de mes premiers print !

Je vous parle d'un temps que les moins de .....:angry:

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Posted (edited) · déplacement feeder

oui normalement

j'ai imprimé deux équerres en miroir pour les deux feeders de l'um3.

cela semble compatible.

reste a faire un support bobine latérale qui accepte les bobines de 3kg

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