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Posted · Tweak at Z? ou modification Gcode

Bonjour,

 

Je suis nouveau dans le secteur de l'impression 3D et Je recherche la façon la plus optimale de modifier la température d'impression en fonction de la hauteur (mm ou ligne)  de mon projet

J'ai vu qu'il exister un plugin Tweak at Z mais il reste introuvable à ce jour

 

Merci de me dire si le plugin porte un autre nom ou si il a été supprimer définitivement.

 

Dans ce cas quelle possibilité ai-je pour faire ces modifications.

 

Merci à tous de votre aide

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    Posted · Tweak at Z? ou modification Gcode
    2 hours ago, Sprolls said:

    Cela me permet de réaliser des tours de températures et d'affiner le réglage de mon imprimante

    TU va dans extension, post traitement, modifier le Gcode puis tu utilise autant changeatZ dont tu as besoin en les paramétrant.

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    Posted · Tweak at Z? ou modification Gcode

    Bonjour Ayrton,

    C'est ce que je recherche mais cette modification changeatz n'apparait pas est impossible de trouver le plug in

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    Posted · Tweak at Z? ou modification Gcode

    Quand tu clique sur ajouter un script il n'y est pas?

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    Posted · Tweak at Z? ou modification Gcode

    malheureusement non

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    Posted · Tweak at Z? ou modification Gcode

    Pardon my English...

    Unzip the file.  On Windows "ChangeAtZ.py" goes into your version of Cura in:

    C:\Program Files\Ultimaker Cura 4.12.1\plugins\PostProcessingPlugin\scripts

    When you restart Cura it should show up.

    ChangeAtZ.zip

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    Posted · Tweak at Z? ou modification Gcode
    35 minutes ago, GregValiant said:

    Pardon my English...

    Unzip the file.  On Windows "ChangeAtZ.py" goes into your version of Cura in:

    C:\Program Files\Ultimaker Cura 4.12.1\plugins\PostProcessingPlugin\scripts

    When you restart Cura it should show up.

    ChangeAtZ.zip 11.09 kB · 0 downloads

     

    Thanks for your help and the file

     

    It's ok in my cura

     

     

     

     

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