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UM3 Difference Tete Buse AA.04 Vs AA.08

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Bonjour,

 

La buse de 0.8mm te permet de faire des murs qui demandent deux passages d'une buse de 0.4mm donc tu gagne en temps d'impression, en général c'est plutot utile pour du prototypage rapide, ou la qualité de finition n'est pas forcément importante.

 

A noter que tu peux imprimer en 0.1mm avec une buse de 0.8mm, donc tu peux garder de la qualité quand même avec. Perso je préfères les buses de 0.6 (sur um2) ça n'existe pas sur la 3 malheureusement... 

 

En gros tu utiliseras probablement plus de matière avec la 0.8mm vu que le mieux c'est quand même de faire deux parois donc plus de matière

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