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Je suis retraité et novice en matière d'impression 3D et je me suis lancé. Pas facile! mais je persiste.

Je me sers de CURA pour convertir les fichiers Stl. Lorsque je veux sélectionner mon imprimante, elle

ne paraît pas dans la liste. Commet faut-il procéder?.

Je possède la Creality 3D Ender 3 Pro.

Merci d'avance pour votre aide.



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Et ben cela veut dire qu'elle n'est pas encore ajouter dans Cura. Tu peux par contre la configurer dans Custom ou alors voir si les Creality marqués sont du même ressort que la tienne.

Ou alors changer de slicer.

Cela dit, je ne veux pas faire mon têtu mais... Ici c'est un forum Ultimaker et non Creality....
Il faut voir avec eux pour les paramètres Cura ou voir un autre forum dédié aux Creality seulement

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Hello et bienvenue,


Comme le dit lekid, il faut ajouter une imprimante custom si elle n'est pas dans la liste.


Sinon une recherche rapide sur google m'indique qu'il faut choisir la cr10 et adapter la taille



Use the CR-10 profile and edit the print volume to 220x220x250. It's what the manual recommends.
Besides the print bed size the machines seem to be virtually identical.



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