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21 hours ago, darkdvd said:

Je sais que le Tg d'un TPU n'est pas facilement mesurable mais quand même ! - 10° ! Autant ne rien mettre.

Quoi? t'imprimes jamais par -10, peut-être? Hein? alors! nan mé ho!

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Certains polymères comme le PP ont une Transistion vitreuse dans le négatif, si tu passe sous cette température ils deviennent rapidement cassants.

Bon si je comprend bien, sans réponses de votre part je vais devoir tester 😀

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On 03/03/2018 at 7:50 PM, rigs said:

Certains polymères comme le PP ont une Transistion vitreuse dans le négatif, si tu passe sous cette température ils deviennent rapidement cassants.

Bon si je comprend bien, sans réponses de votre part je vais devoir tester 😀

..Et nous dire ce que tu en retires comme expérience, au passage...

 

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