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Test de la solution de GeckoTek (plaque impression)

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Le problème global après une impression est de pouvoir enlever l'objet qui est sur la plaque en verre...

souvent elle ne se détache pas bien et on risque de la casser

 

J'ai acheté : https://www.geckotek.co/product-category/build-plates/

après de nombreux test je trouve que cela fonctionne très bien, il suffit de sortir la plaque flexible et de la tordre dans les 2 sens et l'objet se détache facilement

 

Il est nécessaire de démonter les crochets qui tiennent la plaque en verre et de visser le support avec les aimants

 

Il y a juste le nivellement automatiquement sur mon UM3 qui ne fonctionne plus, l'ensemble fais 3-4 mm de plus épais et l'imprimante ne le comprends pas... dommage

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