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Depuis plusieurs semaine j'ai des problèmes d'impressions. L'impression ce fige en cours de route, la buse reste collé à l'impression en cours mais rien ne se passe. 

Ça peut arrivé à tout moment, obligation d'annuler le print et de le relancer.


J'ai le cas sur plusieurs gcode différent, généré avec différente version de Cura et différents PC, le probleme vient donc de l'imprimante.


Avez-vous des idées ? 

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L'écran ne s’éteint pas, tout semble fonctionner mais le Print s’arrête de façon aléatoire.

Depuis hier je suis passer une une carte SD neuve, pour le moment pas de probleme mais c'est un défaut qui apparaissait de manière totalement aléatoire donc j'attends les prochains jour pour voir ce qui ce passe.


Est il utile de mettre a jour la firmware de l'Ultimaker ?

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