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Posted · comment changer de filament?

Salut, je viens de recevoir mon UM2.

J'ai fait 2/3 tests pour voir si ça marchait bien.

Mais j'ai maintenant envie d'essayer un autre filament: comment fait on pour enlever celui en place???

je tire dessus tout simplement?

(je précise que je ne suis pas en cours d'impression, je souhaite juste imprimer un autre objet dans une autre couleur)

Et par ailleurs, je ne trouve aucune doc sur la manière de régler la pression du mecanisme d'entrainement sur ce filament.

Excusez mes questions de newbie, il va falloir vous habituer, ça ne sera certainement pas la derniere...


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Posted · comment changer de filament?

Ahhhrgh, je pensais avoir effacé ce message.

Désolé, en effet je souffrais du syndrome du JRTFM.....(Just Read The Fucking Manual)



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