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IRobertI

  • Joined on Nov 24, 2013
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Updated Alternative UM2 Feeder - version two about 2 years ago
Published UM3 buildplate distance tool almost 3 years ago
Updated Nozzle mag almost 3 years ago
Updated Alternative UM2 Feeder - version two about 3 years ago
Favored UM2 Centrifugal Fans Duct over 3 years ago
Commented on Alternative UM2 Feeder - version two over 3 years ago
My guess is that you have an Ultimaker 2+. This was designed for the older Ultimaker 2 and shouldn't be used with the 2+. Either that or you've mistakenly installed the wrong firmware.
Commented on Alternative UM2 Feeder - version two over 3 years ago
If you have a gear on your motor shaft, you have an UM2+. This feeder is designed for the UM2.
Updated Alternative UM2 Feeder - version two over 3 years ago
Favored UltiSandervG over 3 years ago
Updated UM2+ Lazy Lever almost 4 years ago
Published UM2+ Lazy Lever about 4 years ago
Published UM2+ Lazy Lever about 4 years ago
Favored Ultimaker printhead spacer about 4 years ago
Commented on 20160305 231929 over 4 years ago
<p>Cool! I don't think I've seen or heard of anyone printing the feeder on an SLA machine. I know someone did an SLS print in metal but this is the first I've seen in resin. I'm curious how the tolerances worked out with the higher precision. The yoke looks a bit bent, was that due to warping or is the tough resin having trouble holding up?</p>
Commented on Alternative UM2 Feeder - version two almost 5 years ago
I wanted that too, but things had to be made way too thin and flimsy to do it because of the edge of the wall sticking out.
Commented on Alternative UM2 Feeder - version two almost 5 years ago
Use "Feeder V6 Body" instead and insert a piece of bowden tube instead of the grommet. That version is better IMHO and will be a lot stronger in that area so you shouldn't have any problems with breakage at that point.
Commented on Img 2577 almost 5 years ago
<p>Sweet :) Pretty sure that's the first one I've seen in actual metal. Thanks for sharing.</p>