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Bonjour à tous

Je viens de faire l'acquisition d'une ultimaker 2, elle tourne quasi 24/24 depuis 5 jours & j'ai les yeux carrés à force de dessiner sur openscad. A part le robot ultimaker, je n'imprime que des pièces que je dessine.

Je tenais à remercier tous ceux qui ont posté des conseils et des infos, ça m'a été bien utile.

Bonnes impressions à tous !

 

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Voici mes denières impressions : les pièces en bleu PLA

un support d'helice :

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2 pièces pour encapsuler les ESC et fixer le controleur de vol

2x2 pièces pour faire le carter de la batterie

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Le projet n'est pas fini mais ça fevrait voler ce weekend :-P

 

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Pour le survol de centrale, faut d'abord que j'y accroche des pétards et feux d'artifices :mrgreen:

Mais je ne suis pas sur que le PLA résiste bien aux balles des gendarmes...

 

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