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Atténuer les lignes de la première couche ?

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Tu peux mais il faut que ton plateau soit parfaitement réglé : tu pourras alors passer à 0.2 voir 0.1 pour la première couche.

Sur un plateau chauffant en verre comme l'UM2, la matière va fusionner et sera parfaitement lisse a condition que ton plateau soit lui aussi parfaitement propre.

Il faudra peut-être aussi baisser la vitesse de la première couche ainsi que le flux de matière.

Voilà !


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Mon meilleur résultat .

hauteur de couche :0.02

épaisseur :1

pas de retrait

Épaisseur dessus/dessous 1

remplissage : 100

vitesse d'impression : 30

épaisseur premiére couche 0.2

Température de la Buse : 200° ( contrairement à ce qu'on pourrait penser, enfin moi, il ne faut pas augmenter la température pour obtenir du résultat. )



Didier, je vois pas ou on peut régler la largeur de la première couche dans cura...


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