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Test de la solution de GeckoTek d'aide à l'adhesion de la première couche

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Je viens de faire les premiers test avec les feuilles et sont très concluantes

J'utilise du XT malgré que cela n'est pas indiqué que c'est compatible avec le support.

Aucun soulèvement des bords de l'objet, et après refroidissement il est plus facile

d'enlever l'objet, ce qui est très difficile quand on imprime directement sur la vitre.

En plus sur la vitre même si l'adhésion est assez bonne le bords se soulève un peu.

J'ai aussi essayé le papier d'ultimaker, presque impossible de détacher l'impression,

la même chose avec le buildtalk ou par moment un morceau vient avec...

Je ferais un test prochainement avec du nylon

https://www.geckotek.co/

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