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Le bowden en général crée plus de problème qu'il n'en résout...

Si alléger la tête est une priorité, alors oui, mais sinon un direct drive c'est quand même sympa...


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Je suis plutot du même avis qu'amedee pour le direct drive :)

Quand tu parles de clone pour la tête tu veux dire copie (chinoise) a bas prix?

Perso pour la tête je me ferais pas chier avec du matos de moins bonne qualité vu que c'est quand meme une partie critique de l'imprimante


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