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C'est une histoire de gestion du remplissage et de création des bord par rapport au diamètre de la buse.

buse de 0.4mm shell de 1.2 = 3 tours.

Si le shell n'est pas un multiple du diamètre de buse alors Cura va enlever (ajouter ?) un tour et combler l'espace manquant en faisant plus de remplissage.

Ce qui peut expliquer des temps différents selon comment il va adapter le trajet d'impression.

Dans tous les cas il est conseillé d'avoir un shell par multiple de diamètre de buse.



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dans tous les cas également, jettes un oeil a la view "layers" avant de lancer ton print, ca peut t'aider a comprendre une eventuelle difference dans les temps d'impressions (une tonne de retractations, par exemple) et t'eviter de lancer des impressions vouées d'avance a l'echec (style des parties trop fines par rapport a ton wall thickness qui vont faire que cura s'abstiendra tout betement de les inclure dans le path..)


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