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steeve_becker

Plywood 6mm & 4mm supplier ?

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Hello,

I'm new on ultimaker forum, so let's introduce myself.

I started my prusa in April, finished in May because I was very enthousiastic after my discover of FF machine !

Now I'm able to design/slice/print good stuff. The limitation of my prusa is the height dimension <100mm.

So I want to hack an ultimaker to print 30cm height.

I start the project but I'm facing an issue to find a supplier of good plywood (100% okoumé) in 6mm & 4mm thickness

I'm in France.

So please if you can give me a supplier name, you'll help to save a lot of time and avoid to redo all drawings in 5mm thickness.

Thanks in advance.

Steeve

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