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Bonjour à tous,

Maintenant que j'ai reçu ma UM2, je rentre dans la communauté des "printeurs" et viennent donc le lot de questions que tout le monde se pose.

J'aimerais pouvoir "qualifier" les différents plastiques et voilà mon idée : utiliser un modèle unique permettant d'évaluer la qualité d'impression en fonction de différents paramètres.

J'ai trouvé le fichier suivant :

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:33902

Quel est votre avis sur ce modèle? avez-vous votre modèle déjà éprouvé?

Ensuite vient la question des paramètres. J'ai retenu la température de l'extrudeur, la température du plateau, etc.. Pour être pertinent et arriver à quelques choses, je pense qu'il faut que je limite le nombre de paramètres.

Je vous remercie d'avance pour votre avis sur la question.

Bonne journée à tous,

Vincent

 

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    Salut :)

    Je te conseille de jeter un oeil la:

    http://umforum.ultimaker.com/index.php?/topic/4210-getting-started-settings-tips-to-nice-prints/?p=35268

    Et garde en mémoire que le stress test est fait pour avoir des problèmes donc ne te dégoute pas trop a essayer de le faire :)

    Pour les paramètres de températures vitesse etc... il y a déjà pas mal d'infos sur le forum il faut juste la trouver bon amusement avec ta nouvelle UM2 :)

     

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    Posted · Stress Test

    Merci pour ta réponse Didier. Le post contient en effet beaucoup d'information intéressante.

    Et c'est vrai qu'imprimer des objets "utiles" est plus intéressant que passer son temps à faire des tests.

    Je viens de fabriquer ma première "grosse" pièce : un magasin de darts pour le Nerf de mon fils. C'est impressionnant la qualité de l'impression.

    A part un aspect un peu rugueux du plastique, on ne voit pas du tout les stries horizontales caractéristiques.

    Je vais prendre quelques photos pour vous montrer ça.

    Vincent

     

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