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Firmware 4.01 UM3 bug avec impression buse de droite

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Après que l'UM3 a updater son firmware j'ai constaté un truc étrange :

En imprimant une pièce seulement avec l'extrudeur de droite, au moment ou le plateau monte

la buse de gauche a tapé dans le plateau et celui ci est descendu grâce au ressort situé dessous...

(pas de casse)

Après elle a changé de buse et l'impression à commencé normalement !!

Bizarre ?

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Oui j'ai fait le nivelage automatique.

J'avais fait une impression avant avec la buse de gauche : OK

Ça a vraiment poussé la plaque vers le bas !!

Je verrais à la prochaine impression

J'ai aussi remarqué qu'il n'est plus possible de préchauffer la lit... avant l'impression dommage c'était pratique pendant que je faisais des réglage dans cura

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