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Gestion de la température de première couche

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Bonjour et bienvenue sur le forum :)

Tu pourrais mettre la température dans l'um2 à 260°c (ca me parait chaud mais bon pour l'ABS c'est peut être important).

Ensuite dans Cura tu utilise le plugin TweakAtZ pour baisser la température à partir de la première couche. Je pense que le mieux est de descendre par palier car une baisse de 30°c d'un coup risque de causer des soucis d'extrusion (d'ailleurs 230°c me parait un peu bas pour l'ABS).


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