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Posted · filament coincé dans le tube après le feeder ...

j'ai essayé de le "pousser" avec un autre mai il ne s'extrude pas.

comment démonter le tube transparent pour enlever ce fragment?

merci de votre aide

 

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Posted · filament coincé dans le tube après le feeder ...

Salut Xavier,

Comme le dit jerome c'est simple a enlever, une fois l'embout blanc descendu le bowden sort sans effort.

Si tu l'enleves au niveau de la tête il faut peut etre chauffer la tête a genre 90°c ou 100°c s'il y a du filament dedans.

Ensuite pour le sortir, tu le coupe au niveau du feeder et tu tire dessus si tu y arrives.

Ou alors tu enleves le bowden au niveau du feeder aussi et tu pousse ou tire avec un autre bout de filament

 

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