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UM 3 extended - Volume d'impressions en coextrusion

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Bonjour à tous,

Je me suis rendu compte que le volume d'impression de l'UM3 extended se reduisait lorsque je lançais une impression en coextrusion (avec support ou 2 bobines de même matieriaux)

Le volume d'impression vendu est environs 215 x 215 x 300 ( hors ce volume n'est valable qu'en extrusion simple sans support. Ce qui limite les possibilités :(

Est ce que quelqu'un d’entre vous pourrais me confirmer cette remarque ? J'aimerais me tromper et pouvoir lancer ma piece en double extrusions sans la couper en deux :)

merci d'avance

david

 

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Il y a effectivement l'espace entre les deux buses qui est à prendre en compte et à déduire pour X notamment mais il n'y a pas que ça qui réduit les dimensions d'impression : les BRIM et autres SKIRT sont à supprimer pour aller au plus près des cotes maximales de surface d'impression.

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Déjà, on ne dit pas "co-extrusion" mais "double extrusion", on à déjà suffisamment de mots compliqués sans en rajouter ?

 

Non, ça ne modifie pas l'impression, sauf si tu as besoin d'adhérence via un BRIM : il faudra trouver une autre solution pour maintenir ton objet en place pendant toute la durée de l'impression.

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