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vergetures avant l'été pas cool....pas de bikini :(

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Y a une raison particulière d'avoir une hauteur de couches si petite?


Perso en spiralize je fais couche de 0.1mm avec murs de 0.6 et ça passe très bien.


On dirait une sorte d'écho ce serait du a l'accélération?


La raison d'une épaisseur de couche si petite est surtout pour tester didier, rien d'obligatoire.

Comme toi j'ai pensé à l'écho donc joué avec les accélérations de 500 à 3000, mais rien pas de changement...

Il y a un peu de porte à faux sur la pièce et à première vue il semblerait que le dépot rebique un peu.

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