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j'ai une ultmaker 2 depuis 2 semaines

j'ai passé la journée à essayer d'imprimer avec un filament premuim 3mm (souple)

mais envain je n'ai pas d'extrusion de ma buse mon fil est ecraser aun niveau de l'entrement derriere la machine j'ai essayer des tas de reglage mais rien

quelqu un peut il m aider



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    Posted · impression avec du filament premium 3mm rouge

    Il me semple que le système d'entrainement natif de l'UM2 n'est pas spécialement bon pour le les filaments souples et que beaucoup le change dans ce but.

    Didier saura mieux te dire.


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    Posted · impression avec du filament premium 3mm rouge

    merci pour vos reponses.

    pour le changement du système d'entrainement que faut il changer et par quoi


    pour le ninjaflex pourriez vous me donner les reglages conviennent le mieux s il vous plait

    bonne journée

    jean marie


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    Posted · impression avec du filament premium 3mm rouge


    Perso pour le filament souple je crois qu'il y a moyen avec le feeder d'origine mais c'est pas évident. Comme le filament est souple il a tendance a partir sur les cotés dès qu'il peut.

    Y a un adaptateur sur youmagine pour le feeder d'origine créé par un membre de la communauté francophone.

    Sinon le feeder de lRobertl sur youmagine qui est mieux que celui d'origine a aussi un guide que tu peux rajouter pour imprimer en souple.

    Justement j'ai imprimé en PLA flexible ce weekend impression de 7h sans soucis.

    L'astuce majeure d'apres ce que j'ai lu c'est d'éviter les changements de vitesse de rester le plus constant possible.

    Pour ma part j'imprime a 30mm/s tout le long en layers de 0.2mm (température 230°c) le filament est le flex de chez Ultimaker. J'ai désactiver la retraction aussi car le filament se deforme pas mal avec le feeder et il vaut mieux éviter qu'il soit compressé de multiple fois.

    Le modèle pour adapter le feeder d'origine:


    Le feeder de lRobertl:


    J'aime bien le feeder de robert car tu peux l'ouvrir et changer de filament rapidement


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