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New Thinkergnome

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Yo

Voila, j'ai installer le new firmware Thinkergnome et je trouve que mes impressions on l'aire moins bonne ? comme plus cassante ! ou je sait pas, moins bonne, voila ! lol

Est-ce moi ? ou avez vous cette impression aussi ?

Merci

 

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Le firmware thinkergnome est un firmware customiser, avec lui et le mode geek tu as de nouvelles fonctions comme les layer, un nouvel affichage en cours de print, la possibilité de bouger les axes, ... bref beaucoup de choses --> à installer !

 

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A savoir aussi que en dehors de ces amélioration 'cosmétiques', il n'y a pas de changement par rapport au code de base distribué par Ultimaker/Daid.

C'est à dire que la qualité de l'impression en temps que telle (bonne ou mauvaise) est à imputer au firmware original et pas au nain bricoleur.

 

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C'est que du bonheur....

Il faudrait que quelqu'un fasse un bon topo du truc histoire que ce soit clair pour tout le monde...

(déterrage de topic ?)

 

Je m'occupe de gribouiller un topic sur le sujet dans les prochains jours. ;)

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