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Extruder Injection Force Measurement System

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I always wanted to know that actual force of the injection and I finally designed a system that gives continuous force display. See: http://www.vinland.com/Extruder_Injection_Force.html

Although I have not been active here, I was on the email list, there are multiple Ultimaker mods and troubleshooting info at: htttp://www.Vinland.com/misc.html

and at: http://www.Vinland.com/blog

Enjoy.

Bertho Boman

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