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Imprimer avec deux matières différentes

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Généralement, pour les filaments chargés en particules métalliques, la matrice est du PLA/PHA donc pas de problème d'adhésion entre les deux, a priori, si l'autre filament est aussi un PLA/PHA (et si possible de la même marque...because additifs tout ça....)

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D'accord, donc vu qu'il n'y a que chez colorfabb ce type de matière, je devrai prendre du colorfabb. Pour l'impression, on m'avait dit qu'il fallait mettre une buse de 0.6 mm minimum pour éviter des bouchons (bois et peut-être métaux ?).

 

Si, d'un côté, j'ai le pla-pha avec une 0.4 et l'autre avec une 0.6, cura s'en sortira pour le travail ? Et niveau rendu, dans la réalité, on verra la différence pour la visibilité des lignes ?

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