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Chaos_Lord

Upgrade Ultimaker 2 Extended to 2 Extended +

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Hi,

As far as I know there will be a +kit available soon and you can do it by yourself (it would be pretty ironic if Ultimaker known for its commitment to its users would require them to have the printer sent in to do the upgrade...).

 

Well, so far UM only announced an upgrade kit but didn't explicitely say it can be mounted by the user in all cases (what happened to the discussions about CE conformity?). And even when Ultimaker promise something we all know it does not always come true...

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