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Gros probleme de plateau !

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Hummm, est-ce que tu as regarde le manuel au moins une fois avant d'essayer de t'en servir?

Pour l'ultimaker 1:


Pour l'ultimaker 2:


Pour l'ultimaker 2 il n'y a pas de capteur a regler apparemment, ils ont simplifie ca, mais il faut quand meme regler le niveau de la plaque, c'est explique a partir e la page 17. Je te conseille de le lire en entier, 40 pages c'est pas la mort

Quant au trou dans la plaque, ben si c'est en plein milieu, oui ca peut etre genant. Si c'est juste dans le coin lorsque l'imprimante s'initialise, c'est pas trop grave.


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