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Utm2 ou Utm2+

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Bonsoir, je suis nouveau sur le forum !

Makershop propose l'Ultimaker 2 à 50% par rapport à l'Ultimaker 2+ ! est elle suffisamment perfomante ? j'ai déjà de l'expérience en imprimante 3D (K8200) qui était impossible à stabiliser en impression !

Je compte investir dans une Utm2. J'ai vue que l'on peut imprimer tous les types de files.

Merci de me conseiller , de Guschti

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Bonjour et bienvenue!

L'UM2 est très performante dans sa catégorie. Savoir si elle te conviendra parfaitement va dépendre de ce que tu souhaite faire.

En tout cas la promo est très intéressante. Et une UM2 sera bientôt upgradable en UM2+ grâce à un kit qui sera en vente prochainement avec le nouveau feeder et le nouveau déflecteur d'air.

Si tu possède une Ultimaker tu pourra profiter de la communauté pour ne pas rester coincé pour les petits soucis techniques.

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Tient d'ailleurs @didierKlein  une idée du prix auquel sera vendu le kit d'upgrade UM2+ ?

Non je n'ai pas encore l'information, ni de savoir si on pourra prendre certains composants à part, genre juste le support ventilo et le feeder.

A mon avis le kit complet (bloc olsson + 4 buses, support ventilo, heater 35w, PT-100, feeder, Coupleur TFM) on doit être pas loin des 200€

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