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  1. Thanks guys, I think I will go for the easiest option. I have no experience in 3D modeling whatsoever, and have no complete carpentry tools at hands. If I were to print the whole block, should I replace all four blocks to create more symmetrical friction on the axes? (since plastic is more slippery than wood.) Or the friction difference is negligible and will not affect performance. I guess not many people have the same issue, so even just an insight is appreciated.
  2. Much appreciated! Also another question, if I print the part with PLA or ABS, how durable would it be? is it possible to melt during printing? If all else fail, can I order the wooden part from the vendor? Thanks.
  3. Thanks for the swift reply. Here's the photo of the broken part. I should've uploaded it in the first place. Sorry about that http://postimg.org/image/mwmzvtzsr/
  4. Hello folks, Just got my ultimaker and I'm new to the forum. I broke my wooden part (pulley belt clip right C)while assembling my ultimaker. I was able to glue the pieces back, but not sure how long it will last. Is it possible to download a blueprint and print a spare? Thanks!
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