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Posted · Ultimaker S3 et PLA soft

Bonjour

J'ai récemment acquis une S3 d'occasion très peu servi. Aujourd hui j'ai voulu imprimer du PLA Soft de chez orbitech, un matériau souple proche du TPU.

Malheureusement, ça n'a pas fonctionner longtemps. L'imprimante s'arrête en me disant qu'il n y a pas de filament. Y a t il quelque chose a faire de spécifique pour imprimer ce type de matériau au niveau du feeder? 

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    Posted · Ultimaker S3 et PLA soft

    Si tu n'as pas d'expérience en impression 3D, commencer avec du TPU sur une imprimante avec bowden n'est pas des plus simples...

    Recherche sur ce forum, on a abordé le sujet (genre Ninjaflex...)

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    Posted · Ultimaker S3 et PLA soft

    J'ai déjà imprimer ce matériau sur d'autre imprimantes et aussi bowden sans rien réglé de particulier, ce n'est pas le problème mais la l'imprimante me dit qu'il n'y a pas de fil alors qu'il est présent?

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    Posted (edited) · Ultimaker S3 et PLA soft
    2 hours ago, Framar said:

    Tu peux désactiver le "flow sensor" sur l'imprimante (au risque de manquer de filament)

    Comment fais t'on pour faire ça? 

    J'ai desserrer a fond la vis qui agit sur la précontrainte du ressort, ça fonctionne depuis.

    Edited by ayrton
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