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Imprimante All In One Flux : Vous connaissez ?

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de rien :) oui je trouve cela assez génial ce côté multi possibilités. Côté dimension ça donne :



21.7”H x 10.4”W x 11.8”L ( 30.5 x 26.5 x 55 cm )

J'ai trouvé l'ensemble des spec ici : http://flux3dp.com/

De mon côté j'ai montré les vases wave à des gens qui sont davantage orientés céramique (mais traditionnelle) etc ils ont été assez bluffé. Je suis en train de regarder du côté des deltas qui impriment de la céramique en ce moment :). Je voudrais quand même pas transformer ma UM2 (si tant est que ce soit possible :))


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