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fredlime

Modification de la température / hauteur

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Bonjour,

Je posède depuis peu une Ultimaker V2 et je voudrais modifier la température en fonction de la hauteur d'impression.

Cas particulier d'un tube conique et eviter les coulures vers le haut.

Est il possible de faire cela avec cette machine ?

Mettre un code Gcode manuellement dans le fichier ?

Merci pour vos retours d'experience. :-P

Fred.

 

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Bonsoir et bienvenue sur le forum.

Dans Cura il y a un plugin qui s'appelle TweakAtZ (TAZ) qui te permet de faire exactement ce que tu veux :)

 

Merci Didier !

J'avais pourtant bien vu ce système de plugin avant l'achat.

Mémoire de poisson rouge, je suis :oops:

C'est exactement ce que je cherchais. Plus qu'a tester.

Fred.

 

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Bonsoir,

Test OK pour TweakAtZ.

Par contre, il faut penser a renseigner la température de départ manuellement et attendre qu'elle remonte, lorsque l'on imprime plusieurs pièces l'une après l'autre.

Sur chaque Layer 0

exemple pour 200°

 

G10

G0 F9000 X107.615 Y93.093 Z48.500

G0 X96.837 Y127.573

;Layer count: 433

;LAYER:0

M109 S200

G0 X96.144 Y127.425 Z0.300

;TYPE:SKIRT

G11

G1 F1200 X96.955 Y126.642 E0.13528

...

...

 

Fred

 

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