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probleme d'imports sous Cura

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Salut tous.

J'ai un problem sous cura que je n'arrive pas à résoudre.

Je bisouille depuis une seamine pour arriver a optimiser mes impressions, et j'ai donc lourdement modifé les parametres cura.

depuis quelque jours je suis assez content de moi, ça imprime des maquettes d'archi nuit et jour. Or je m'aperçois aujour'd'hui, alors que je souhaite imprimer un tout petit objet (3cm de long sur 3 mm de haut) que TOUS les objets que j'ai imprimé judsqu'à aujourd'hui etaient "enfoncés" de un ou deux mm dans le socle sous CURA.

évidement, ces qq mm n'etaient pas imprimés, je ne m'en etait pas rendu compte.

je cherche dans tous les sens le parametre qui m'a fait descendre ces objets en Z et je ne le trouve pas.

Le probleme est résolu si je réinitialise tous les parametres de CURA, mais dans ce cas, je perds tout mes tweaks....

 

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