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:)Hello, I am a Chinese player and like electronic production :DRecently I want to build an Ultimaker2 Extended.The project has begun.I have prepared some parts.DSC08577.thumb.JPG.86580e8676c6ffaddb76f3a16fd205bd.JPG[/media][/media-thumb][/media]DSC08584.thumb.JPG.420f31243b2c0640dd63344ab7aa2c3c.JPGDSC08587.thumb.JPG.d8c896e6832fde4d5f63472f5cf724b2.JPG[/media]

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That china board (most do) has the led/fan/ and head1/head2/bed molez connectors upside down. Remember to double check the +/- of the stuff you connect.

Also. 99% of the smooth rods from china have very bad quality. If you want good quality buy some misumi smooth shafts.

https://ultimaker.com/en/community/17068-making-your-own-ultimaker-what-not-to-buy-on-china-stores-personal-experience

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    Remember to double check the +/- of the stuff you connect.

     

    For led and fan yes, for head1/head2/bed (=PT100) it doesn't matter, here you can just bend the boardconnector a bit up and plug the pt100 in.
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    Remember to double check the +/- of the stuff you connect.

     

    For led and fan yes, for  head1/head2/bed (=PT100) it doesn't matter, here you can just bend the boardconnector a bit up and plug the pt100 in.

     

    Really? Didn't knew that! Thanks. I did pull out the two plastics of the board just to plug the bed pt100. Thanks!

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    Posted · Build an Ultimaker2 Extended(Chinese)

    Hello everybody,Long time didn't come back Let me introduce you to the latest progress.(My English is not very good, if you have said is wrong, please forgive me)Before that a set of problems appeared on the shell processing.So I back to the production.(Including nozzle,machine casing)Other components are assembled.I am waiting for CNC Machining center get the Nozzle processing job done.

    Picture has not been able to upload,I will re upload the latest pictures later.

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    Posted · Build an Ultimaker2 Extended(Chinese)

    That china board (most do) has the led/fan/ and head1/head2/bed molez connectors upside down. Remember to double check the +/- of the stuff you connect.

    Also. 99% of the smooth rods from china have very bad quality. If you want good quality buy some misumi smooth shafts.

    https://ultimaker.com/en/community/17068-making-your-own-ultimaker-what-not-to-buy-on-china-stores-personal-experience

     

    Thank you for your reminder.I'm ready straight axis.(I chose a lot of shops, but also to buy a bad thing.)
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    That china board (most do) has the led/fan/ and head1/head2/bed molez connectors upside down. Remember to double check the +/- of the stuff you connect.

    Also. 99% of the smooth rods from china have very bad quality. If you want good quality buy some misumi smooth shafts.

    https://ultimaker.com/en/community/17068-making-your-own-ultimaker-what-not-to-buy-on-china-stores-personal-experience

     

    Thank you for your reminder.I'm ready straight axis.I chose a lot of shops, but also to buy a bad thing.
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