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Did Davide come here for help?

..maybe I missed it during my holiday.

 

The sad part for me is reading about the grinding of a divot into the filament... a frustration that I dealt with 8 monthd ago with my new UM2. After many hours of reading here in this forum, I found Robert's solution, and it's been smooth sailing since. Without that feeder replacement, I think I would have been frustrated and maybe my UM2 wouldn't have anywhere near the 1000 hrs of use. If it's a universal understanding that the stock feeder causes many problems... why has UM not spent a few bucks to buy the design from Robert, make injection molds, shoot some parts, and install those into all new UM2 products?

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