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xavier-claise

Ca y est je l'ai !!!!

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Cette machine est géniale !!!

après un petit déboire de buse bouchée solutionné par Makershop, merci Vincent.

Premier essais

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Première bétise :

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J'ai tiré direct sur le model maintenant je décolle depuis la base avec une lame de cuter.

Deuxième essais très sympathique mais je n'au pu faire d photo avant que l'on me le subtilise :-)

Troisième essais pour la grande fan de Harry Potter.

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Et en ce moment un test plus conséquent avec : http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:231014

Xavier

 

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Oui à part l'oreille gauche (la sienne) il est nickel.

De plus depuis j'ai imprimé :

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et ça :

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Et je suis très satisfait du résultat c'est pile poil dans mes attentes.

La dernière photo j'ai lancé hier soir avant de me coucher et décollée ce matin donc bien froid et c'était très adhérant.

Les prochaines impressions je vais essayer sans spray.

 

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