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Kann man gegen die schlechte Maßhaltigkeit des UM3 in Cura entgegenwirken?


Wenn ich zB eine Scheibe drucke mit 40mm Durchmesser und 10mm Bohrung ist der Innendurchmesser immer 0,4mm kleiner.

Der Außendurchmesser paßt ganz gut.


Material ist PLA mit 0,1mm Schichtaufbau mit Cura Standardwerten


Danke, Gruß


Edited by Speedster70

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Speziell bei Bohrungen würde ich es als Vorteil sehen, wenn der Innendurchmesser zu klein ist, weil ich solche Löcher immer gern mit normalem Bohrer nachbohre. Sie sind dann schön rund. Bei anderen Sachen ist es natürlich nicht so gut.


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