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Bonjour je suis Philippe 45 ans je suis du Tarn en France est je suis complètement novice dans ce domaine est demande que a ce formé un peu j' acheté une anet A8 est la pour moi ses du chinois lol en plus la machine viens de chine vu que je les achete sur un site chinois bon bref maintenant je suis complètement perdu le logiciel est en anglais est la vidéo que j ai trouver pour faire les réglage est maitre l'imprimante en fonction  ai en anglais lol le logiciel est en anglais je suis perdu la donc je me permet de vous demande de l'aide à tous merci par avance

je vous souhaite à tous est tous une trés trés bonne années 2018 est bonne dimanche 

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