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Je me pose une question, d'ordre logique:




Comme vous pouvez le voir, ma pièce a un immense overhang qui est supporté par un support en grid. On voit que la première couche du overhang print.... Dans le sens du gap.... Ce qui est techniquement impossible et rend un résultat épouvantable.... J'ai beau essayer toutes les options, je n'arrive pas à faire pivoter ces ligne qui seraient bien mieux à 45°. Les options de directions ne changent rien etc etc...

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J'ai déjà remarqué ça, parfois j'imprime des toits de support en zig zag et la première couche de la pièce se retrouve à imprimer dans le même sens que les zig zag, alors qu'à 90° ça serait le top pour éviter les ponts.

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