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Posted · Cura 2.6 et pilier d'amorcage

Bonjour à tous,

Est ce que dans cura il existe comme dans S3D une option de pilier d’amorçage pour permettre d'attendre le refroidissement entre couche ?


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    Posted · Cura 2.6 et pilier d'amorcage

    C'est vrai que ma question etait trop simple aussi.

    J'aurais du ajouter, existe t il quelque chose d'équivalent ?

    Donc pour me répondre à moi même je teste avec la fonction "durée minimale d'une couche", qui comme le pilier dans S3D devrait me permettre d'attendre que la couche précédente soit refroidie avant d'attaquer la suivante.

    Impression en cours, Wait and See.

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    Posted · Cura 2.6 et pilier d'amorcage

    Le plus simple c'est de rajouter un pilier (perso j'aime mieux un cylindre) le placer ou tu veux et imprimer les deux objets en même temps. C'est beaucoup plus efficace que de faire lever la tête le temps que ça refroidisse

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    Posted · Cura 2.6 et pilier d'amorcage

    Et bien je suis content du résultat avec cette option de temps minimum par couche.

    Je ne peux malheureusement pas vous montrer le résultat car pour un client qui ne souhaite pas de divulgation même partielle, mais si j'ai une autre fabrication de ce type qui ressort je ferrais une photo comparative avec et sans l'option.

    Ca m'embetais de devoir rajouter un pilier et le fait de gérer sans gaspillage est un plus non ?

    Pour la rétractation mes valeurs par défaut ont fait le job ( PC, 8mm, 35mm/s )

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    Posted · Cura 2.6 et pilier d'amorcage

    En fait ça dépend vraiment de ce que tu imprimes, parfois ça peut fonctionner comme il faut, d'autres fois c'est moins bien.

    Le problème de la tête qui se lève pour laisser le temps à la couche imprimée de se refroidir est que pendant l'attente la tête ooze un peu, du coup on se retrouve avec plus de stringing la ou le temps minimal par couche n'est pas respecté

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