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Posted · Gebrauchter Ultimaker 2

Hallo Leute,

Ich habe vor, mir morgen einen gebrauchten Ultimaker 2 zu kaufen. Der Besitzer hat einen Printshop und kennt sich wohl gut aus. Das Gerät hat 1450 Druckstunden hinter sich und kaum gebrauchsspuren. Zudem wurde ein Olsonblock für auswechselbare Düsen verbaut, Aber ich lassse mir nicht die Katze im Sack andrehen, daher die Frage an die Kenner (ich selbst bin blutiger Anfänger):

Auf was sollte ich achten? Wo gibt es evtl Spielraum zum Handeln?

Der Drucker wird mir Morgen mit einem Testdruck von 26min demonstriert.

Für euere Hilfe im vorraus schonmal vielen Dank!

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    Posted · Gebrauchter Ultimaker 2


    im engl. Forum haben Sie ja auch schon Antwort erhalten. Wenn es nicht schon erledigt ist, hier noch ein paar Anregungen:

    - prüfen, ob der Druckkopf sich im ausgeschalteten Zustand problemlos bewegen lässt

    - prüfen, ob die Achsen Riefen haben ... deutet auf schlechte Schmierung hin

    - fragen, mit was die Achsen geschmiert/geölt worden sind

    - prüfen, wie verschlissen die Riemen sind. Sieht man z.B. , wenn schwarzer Abrieb auf den Stepper Motoren liegt.

    - Fragen mit welchen Materialien gedruckt wurde. Wenn nur PLA, dann gibt es kaum Verschleiß am Hot End. Wenn aber z.B. Holz und Carbon dabei waren, dann auf jedem Fall neue Düse verbauen lassen.

    -anschauen, ob der Schlauch innen viel Staub / Riefen hat

    Was zahlt man für so einen gebrauchten Drucker?

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