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Algorithme vibration-mitigating

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La vitesse, toujours la vitesse, il faut prendre son temps dans la vie :p

Je pense qu'il n'y a pas que les vibrations qui arrivent à haute vitesse, les problèmes de débit, rétractation, temps de chauffe de la matière dans la buse et bien d'autres réjouissances ......

Ça me fait penser à une belle pub avec l'exemple qui marche bien, mais pourquoi pas.

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L'algorithme fait en sorte de réduire l'inertie, la pire ennemie des imprimantes un peu trop souples de par leur conception.

Je pense qu'il serait beaucoup moins efficace sur une imprimante rigide et avec un extrudeur déporté, comme les UM.

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