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  1. Or you can turn to your local Ultimaker reseller as I think they have switched to Misumi bearings now. At least the Swedish reseller gave me Misumi linear bearings as replacements for the Z-axis when I told them that the ones delivered with my printer were crap.
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  2. In addition to what Neotko said, the igus version doesn't have the right size. The standard/misumi version is a 12x21x57mm, the igus version instead is 12x22x57mm. The difference in the outer diameter means that the platform cover can't be mounted. Here is the source, the version I'm talking about is the FJUMT-02-12 and they cost 29.78 € each, not so cheap.
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  3. Just a heads up that if you are headed to New York for Maker Faire, Ultimaker is partnering up with MatterHackers for a meetup at FatCat FabLab the Thursday before. This is our second year, it is a lot of fun, and a good event to network before the crazy Maker Faire weekend begins! You can also meet the entire Ultimaker North America Community team, Matt Griffin, Liz Arum, and Luis Rodriguez. We will also have many Ultimaker Community members in attendance, including UltiArjan and Gr5! Details about the meetup are below and let us know if you want to meetup onsite at Maker Faire! Meetup in
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  4. Did as the doctors said, the prints look better for now. Hope, it will last. Thanks everyone for the help.
    1 point
  5. hello, i'm not expert but when i want to do this, i prefer to decrease the hole for the printing operation and in second step i 'm drill this hole with the right size. hoping that this idea might be useful to you. 6Maker
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  6. The problem with Drylin igus for round shafts it's that you would need to also use Igus shafts to make them work, because they are made for X tolerances, and if to that you add that you got them on ebay well... probably they are made for a clamp system that fits them so they won't work nice on your printer. IMO Igus it's nice but doesn't work with round shafts, on prusa the bearings are on a different situation where they are inside a bearing holder that press them etcetc. It's different. Misumi flanged bearings work great, dunno where to get them on UK. But https://www.technobotsonline.com
    1 point
  7. I think we're back in business!!! whoop whoop!!!
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  8. Hello, Sujet vaste et intéressant. Pour ma part le taux de réussite dépend fortement de ce qui est imprimé. Et de ma connaissance de la matière. En général je dois être à 95% je pense. Dans la mesure du possible je check toujours le début de l'impression et je revérifie une demi-heure - une heure après. Si ça foire (ou va foirer) on s'en rends souvent compter dès le début. Autre bonne pratique qui aide à augmenter le taux de réussite c'est de toujours vérifier en vue layer ce que ça donne ça permet d'éviter pas mal de soucis. Concernant les capteurs au niveau du filament, c'est claire que ç
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  9. Ok update for Beta testers, the Dropbox files are online and updated, with UM2 version and the UM3 core version/hack. Remember to PM to get read access to the folder where all the stuff is. Cheers and happy modding! A side note update: Gudo and I just started shopping since his GudoXYCore it's done, we will start to plug stuff here and there in a few weeks (misumi doesn't arrive until the 8 October). So get ready to be amazed. On another side note, Misumi rails cost around 178€ for a set of 3, Gudo went for the high quality set and I gambled getting only the X one from Misumi and ot
    1 point
  10. With all these mods, the only original part remaining is the frame... So why not designing a frame as well so we can build the printer from scratch ?
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