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  1. So i am repairing one of my old 3D Printers ultimaker 2. And i saw that the Potentiometer has broken off, lost the potentiometer, So i need a new one. But there are too many different kinds of Potontiometers on the market. So i was wondering which kind of potentiometer i need. In the picture below(press the link) you can see what i mean. The green part i am gonna desolder and solder a new whole potentiometer. But i cant seem to find a compatible potentiometer by my self. So can some one help me with finding one? Picture of pcb By
  2. Saw the extra fan connector too, it says 19-24 volt. But how much current (amps/Ma) does or can it deliver? And is always on by default on any ultimaker 2 board? Sorry for bumping up the toppic.
  3. Hi, Ik vroeg me af of ik "dual extrusion" ook los van elkaar kon gebuiken met de volgende setup: Ultimaker 2: 3mm fialiment setup met een 0.4mm nozzle aan de linkerzijde. 1.75mm fialiment setup met een 0.2mm nozzle aan de rechterzijde. Bedoeling is dat ik beide nozzles los van elkaar wil gebruiken. Dus ene moment 0.4mm en erna andere print met 0.2mm. Ik snap dat er meer werk aan zit dan slechts vragen. Maar ondersteunt cura dit? En is er firmware op het net die deze ook ondersteunt? Etc? Mvg, Skander
  4. After some searching on Aliexpress, i have come across this stepper motor. It's a lot cheaper then the other ones. https://tinyurl.com/m53xb6x Everything about it seems ok to me, except for the dimensions. It is 42x40mm... But that shouldn't be a big deal i guess. Whether it will work, I do not know yet. But I'll keep you informed.
  5. I agree, it will fit for sure. But Nema fits too, and is cheaper too. Only need help finding the right one. I'll keep your suggestion in mind, incase nobody finds anything else. Thanks for your reply.
  6. Hello, I am in search for a cheap alternative of the Y Axis stepper motor. This is the serial number of the broken one: SY42STH38-1684A I have been doing some searching of my own on the internet but without any luck. I have come across some Nema 14 or 17 Stepper motors, but since there are so many types of them. I don't know which one to choose. Can someone put a link here? Thanks
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