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Posted · Imprimante 3D portable

BOnjour à tous, je suis à la recherche d'une imprimante 3d "portable"

j'ai trouvé cette machine et j'aurais voulus avoir vos avis.

peut-être que quelqu'un as eu la possibilité de la voir en vraie.



Fused Filament Fabrication

Thermoplastic Extrusion


12cm X 16cm Y 12cm Z

4.7in X 6.3in Y 4.7in Z

2304 CM ³

139 IN ³


0.35 MM


50 Micron

0.05 MM


20.8cm X 22.5cm Y 7.9cm Z

8.2in X 8.8in Y 3.1in Z


PLA (polylactic acid)

Merci à vous




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    Posted · Imprimante 3D portable


    Je ne connais pas l'imprimante en question. Par contre j'ai vu celle-ci:


    Elle est sympa celle ci et made in France :)

    Elle à l'air plutot lente quand tu regardes la video sinon les images des impressions ont l'air plutot pas mal.

    Faut voir la robustesse du machin, et il y a un délais de 10 semaines a priori


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    Posted · Imprimante 3D portable

    Un de mes amis a une TOBECA 1 portable, l' axe Z a été augmenté a 400 mm (ce qui fait qu'elle n'est plus portable LOL). Malgrés quelques problèmes au démarrage (paramétrage de l'axe Z) Il en est satisfait.

    Un nouveau modèle TOBECA2 est sortis avec un nouveau guidage Z IGUS et un nouveau plateau chauffant.


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    Posted · Imprimante 3D portable

    J'ai pas mal discuté avec le créateur de la Tobeca a la Paris Games Week (il était avec nous sur le stand de MakerShop). Il maitrise bien son sujet et franchement je trouvais que la tobeca 2 tournait bien, c'est probablement un peu plus complexe a monter qu'une UMO mais niveau résultat c'est pas mal du tout


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    Posted · Imprimante 3D portable

    Hello à tous,

    En effet, il y a un montage un peu plus "ardu" qui comprend un peu de soudure (simple). Donc il faut être un peu plus bricolo :) Mais ça marche pas mal du tout et comme dit plus haut : made in france.

    Comme dit Didier, Adrien de Tobeca maitrise extremement bien son sujet.


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    Posted · Imprimante 3D portable

    Une tobeca sur mesure en commande de mon coté, je vous tiens au jus une fois la bete reçu :)

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