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essayes un peu de colle aux extrémités ça devrais le faire et monte la T° du plateau 70° c'est bien et comme d'ab une first layer moins rapide mais ça tu le sais ;)


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Le plateau est déjà à 70°C.


Pour la colle, je la mets sur plateau "chaud" ou "froid" ?


Peut importe yeti, même si je t'avoue ne pas avoir fais un vrai test quand aux propriétés d'accroche d'une colle chaude au froide...le seul truc que je sais c'est qu'une colle chauffée fait s'évaporer les solvants et donc il ne reste que vraiment de la colle...

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