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j'ai brisé la glace !

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le PC s'enlève très bien avec le radeau, je mets juste un peu de colle uhu ou du dimafix

j'en suis assez surpris, je m'étais fait peur en lisant les commentaires sur le PC

finalement cela s'imprime plutôt bien

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Impressionnant!  ? 

C'est la première fois que je vois ca, meme en mettant un plateau chaud directement au congélateur (ce qu'il ne faut surtout pas faire) je n'ai jamais réussi a provoquer un choc thermique au point de brisé complétement le verre.  

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je teste en ce moment le PC max et laisse de coté le PC plus:

 

filament trop cassant, impossible de finir une bobine, il casse avant le feeder

peut être qu'en refroidissent il a généré de trop forte contrainte sur la vitre.

 

le filament du PC max est plus souple, on verra la solidité une fois imprimé

 

 

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