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Type of screws and where to get some?


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Posted · Type of screws and where to get some?

What kind of screws are in the main body of the UM2+?

The screws that hold the side panels together and pretty much the entire machines XD.

I looked through some of the PDFs but are unable to locate those via google search by

what they are called here.

I'm hoping to find some different lengths of the same looking screws. You know for add ons like

a door and such.

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    Posted · Type of screws and where to get some?

    I'm sure the screws are in the parts list on github. Google ultimaker2 github. Out of my head most is m3 with hex button heads. You can get them at a good hardware store or online at f.e. conrad.

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    Posted · Type of screws and where to get some?

    99.71% (roughly) of the screws on the UMO and UM2 are 3mm standard pitch also known as M3 screws. And they are all button head with the 2mm hex screwdriver style.

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    Posted · Type of screws and where to get some?

    Thanks guys

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