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Getting motors for UM2/UM2 Go in Europe?

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Hi. I'm working on building a UM2Go-clone.

I have some steppers left over from a earlier 3D-printer-project, but they have a 48mm long body. I have measured the parts of the UM2Go, and for the motors to fit under the covers, they can be no longer than 38.8mm long.

Can anybody recommend a shop in Europe that has the correct steppers for this project? I have found a lot of places with short stepper motors, but they are all low current (low torque) models, not usable in a high-speed printer like the Ultimaker-range.

I looked on Ultimaker's website for replacement steppers, but found none.

// Per.

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