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Je viens d'acheter ça: https://www.makershop.fr/cc-products/1196-reflect-o-lay-3mm.html pour tester.

Quelqu'un à déjà eu de l'expérience avec ce filament ou un filament similaire?

Il y a quelques conseils sur le sachet de transport:

Print onto roughened capton or other glue sprays

Print: 210°C

Cold or up to 50°C platform

Best reflective effect with low filament feed-rate

Donc pas d'impression avec de l'ABS, par exemple, qui nécessite une température de 100°C+ pour la plateforme, et on prend son temps pour l'impression. J'ai réglé la vitesse d'impression a 40mm/s, on verra ce que ça va donner.

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Excellente remarque. Il n'y a aucune précision à ce sujet sur les différents sites que j'ai consulter. Par contre, ce filament est flexible, un peu comme du TPU, et il me semble que ce n'est pas le cas pour les autres filaments phosphorescents?

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