Types de filament :
Sites pour télécharger des fichiers d’impression 3D :
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3275820 et https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3297277 In the process of making more assets for my Model railroad I designed three walls and double track tunnel. these are modeled for N scale but you can scale them up by 190% in your slicing program and can use for HO/OO scale as well.
Impression de filament souple :
30mm/s est toujours conseillé pour le flexible mais également les filaments « tropicaux » type bois, nylons, etc…
I’ve been playing around with TPU for the last week on my A8. It’s a little stringier, but works essentially like a softer version of PLA. If you are working in Cura, you can start with generic PLA settings and do some minor tweaks. Here are my highlights:
1) Nozzle temp: 235C.
2) All speeds set to 25 mm/s except retraction speed, which was set to 75 mm/s.
3) Retraction distance: 10 mm.
4) Combing ON.
Utilisation de Tinkercad avant CUra
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