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wifirex

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  • Field of Work
    (Product) design
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    Ultimaker 2+
  1. Dear Ultimaker, I am having the same issues with our 2+ at work - and it's not even 1 year in service. The printer is located in our printer/server room which is loaded with lots of other electronic devices and even a complete demo motor on a stand, with no carpets but there is an air filtration system which does have some dehumidification. Up until we had an Ultimaker we never had this problem, but now reports are coming in from other colleagues that they too are getting shocked once they try to leave the room or touch the Ultimaker when it's on. These are real proper drop-your-coffee shocks too I might add. If increasing humidity is not an option, what other options are available? Could we have a dodgy earth connection somewhere? Like the other guy said - that's enough shocks for now (I'm still chuckling after reading that). Cheers, wifirex
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