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Norme EN 45545 (norme feu)

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Bonjour à tous,

Quelqu'un sait-il si les filaments ultimaker répondent à la norme EN 45 545?

Il s'agit d'une norme sur la matière plastique qui brûle!

Merci par avance de vos réponses.. 

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Si c'est du filament "retardant flame" ignifugé que tu recherches non la marque Ultimaker n'en propose pas. Pour ma part j'en ai imprimé (du formfutura) c'est très galère, beaucoup de warping. Je sais que Nanovia en fabrique aussi à tester....

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