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ben, que pour l'instant y a rien encore de bien precis, la team um bosse dessus.

Qu"une petite boite italienne (CREATR) revendeur UM et SHAREBOT aurait apparement

développé un systéme dual propriétaire pour UM2 qui devrait étre prét pour Noël.

http://shop.creatr.it/it/content/23-creatr-upgrades-um2-dual-extruder

Quelque photos (2.....) mais toujours aucune vidéo du bouzin en marche

 

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@pascal

Effectivement Pascal, tu as raison un peu de bricolage et je me retrouve avec une buse de 0.8 ou autre diamètre .

Le souci étant que je voulais utiliser les deux buses en même temps du style périmètre externe 0.4 et interne 0.8 ou parois 0.4 et infill 0.8 ect...

Bref avec ce type d'utilisation il faut un maximum limiter les ponts thermiques donc concevoir un nouveau bloc tête...et il faut du temps pour ça ;)

 

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