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Posted (edited) · Une ligne sur 2

Bonjour à Tous,

 

voilà j'ai effectué un changement de paramétrage sur Cura il y'a quelques jours et j'arrive pas à retrouver ce qui pose ce problème : sur la surface du dessus je n'ai qu'une ligne sur 2.

Si quelqu'un as une idée ?

 

sur le screenshoot : à gauche ce qui est modélisé par Cura, à droite la pièce imprimé vue au microscope (pour donner une échelle l'espace entre 2 lignes est de  400µm)

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    Posted · Une ligne sur 2
    2 hours ago, Guillaume777 said:

    Bonjour à vous !

    Surement le paramètre Largeur de ligne dans Qualité.

    je ne pense pas , sinon cela modifierai également le tranchage de cura, donc visible sur le screenshot.

     

    si tu peux montrer tes paramètres, on comprendrai surement mieux

     

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    Posted · Une ligne sur 2
    On 1/14/2019 at 9:45 AM, francois1 said:

    vérifie que tu as bien la même buse dans l'imprimante et dans cura

    il y'a avait en effet une erreur sur le calcule de la largueur de passe : alors que j'avais changé la tête de 350µm à 250µm, la largeur de bande (c'est pas le bon terme mais on comprends) était resté calculé à 350µm. 

    j'ai corrigé pour un mieux mais ce n'est pas le fond du probleme

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    Posted · Une ligne sur 2
    On 1/14/2019 at 4:45 PM, francois1 said:

    je ne pense pas , sinon cela modifierai également le tranchage de cura, donc visible sur le screenshot.

     

    si tu peux montrer tes paramètres, on comprendrai surement mieux

     

    finalement le problème ne vient pas de cura : j'ai remis mes anciens drivers de moteur (drv8825) à la place des TMC2130 (chinois) et plus ce problème de perte de ligne. 

    Ces drivers TMC, j'arrive pas à m'en sortir avec.

     

    merci pour vos commentaires 

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