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Bonjour, j'ai l"habitude d'utiliser spiralize qui me convient bien car le remplissage se fait d'un point A à un pont B sans rupture. 

Est'il possible dans Cura d'avoir le même déplacement avec un remplissage support ? (Une seule ligne par couche par exemple sans rupture)

Merci à vous

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Bonjour Didier et merci pour la réponse.

 

J'ai déjà testé ZigZag et il y a de la rupture de la forme imprimée. J'ai téléchargé la dernière version de Cura et je vais tester les supports entrecroisés pour avoir moins de décrochement. (l'aperçu de déplacement est vraiment pratique) 

 

J'imprime de la céramique, je n'ai pas de refroidissement de matière, c'est pour ça que c'est délicat et que je souhaite tout imprimer d'un seul trait. Si tu as une autre idée pour les paramètres expert je suis preneur... 

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