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Problème: Tevo Tornado et Filament PETG

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Bonjour je possède une Tevo Tornado depuis 6 mois jusqu'à présent durant mes test d'impression j'avais aucun soucie du moindre pour l'instant, puis j'ai essayer avec le filament PETG Transprent donc voici l'image

Description du produit:



1. Highlight color, good printing effect.
2. Low shrinkage, commonly known as not easy to Alice edge. 
3. Low contraction efficiency. Strength and high hardness.
4. Environmental friendly material, can be frgraded onto CO2 and water.
5. Low printing melting point.
- Materiall: PEGT
Outside Diameter: 1.75mm
Error: ±0.05  (Je comprends pas ce que ça veux dire :/)
Printing Temperature: about 210°~230° (sa fait des pates à case du coup j'ai fait à 275 pour que sa marche)
Application: FDM 3D printer/printing pen
Hot Bed Temperature: about 50°~60° (80 pour mieux tenir)
Remote Extrusion: 2(g/cm³)
Color: black, white, nude
*Please allow 1-3CM differs due to manual measurement.

Package Included:
1 x 3D printer 1.75mm PEGT Flament

Je remarqua le problème étaie que le Filament qui ma était expliquer ne marche pas comme il devrait faire il se décolle de la plaque en vert et même du l'habille du coup je voulais savoir si dans Cura je pourrais savoir comment installé tout les paramètre de se filament dans le Cura et quel conseil vous pouvez me donnée, merci d'avance.
PS: même le PolyMaker Plus Rouge ne marche pas ?

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