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Buse de 1mm avec Ultimaker 3

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Bonjour et bienvenue sur le forum!

 

Pour changer la taille de buse si celle ci n'est pas prédéfinie dans Cura, il faut chauger le paramètre line width (ou largeur de ligne).

 

Tu peux y mettre la largeur de la buse (donc 1mm dans ton cas). Les équipes d'Ultimaker ont définis des largeurs de lignes qui correspondent à 7/8eme de la sortie de la buse pour l'Ultimaker 2+, perso je me base sur les même valeurs et ça fonctionne bien, donc pour une buse de 1mm ils mettent 0.875mm

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