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No soy un hablante de español. Muy a menudo, cuando las impresiones no se pegan bien, el problema está relacionado con la altura de la boquilla y / o la nivelación de la cama, luego la temperatura de la cama. Verifique estos factores en ese orden. La primera capa debe ser aplastada en la cama para obtener una buena adhesión. Incluso si crees que está lo suficientemente cerca, intenta ajustar la cama aún más cerca de la boquilla. Verifique que la boquilla esté a una distancia constante del vidrio en las cuatro esquinas del área de impresión, usando un trozo de papel como un calibrador de espesores. Debe arrastrar con fuerza cuando se desliza, casi atrapa. ¿Estás usando el pegamento correcto para el filamento? ¿Es la cama la temperatura correcta? Si imprime con PLA, puede intentar imprimir en una cinta de pintores con la cama a temperatura ambiente y sin pegamento. ¿Es el filamento un filamento de marca de calidad? El dinero gastado en filamentos de bajo costo no se gasta bien.
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