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Got a spare Ultimaker Mainboard and Power supply, what printer to build with it?

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Posted · Got a spare Ultimaker Mainboard and Power supply, what printer to build with it?

Hello,

I modified an Ultimaker Original Plus to use a Diamond hotend. I had to replace electronics and power supply, so I now have these parts sitting in my drawer and wonder what to do with them.

I am looking for suggestions what to do with them, for example, building another 3D-printer with simpler mechanics or that it is fun to build for some other reason.

Do you have any ideas?

Best regards,

Axel

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Posted · Got a spare Ultimaker Mainboard and Power supply, what printer to build with it?

How did you successfully install the head? did you follow the instructions from this page? http://reprap.org/wiki/Ultimaker_Diamond

and did you follow the Ultimaker 2 version? or the Original version?

I'm mostly curious to see if you had to drill holes to relocate your end stops.

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