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Posted · 3D model of Ultimaker???

I have an idea for an add-on device to use along with Ultimaker (+ other printers). I would like to get access to a 3d model to use as a beginning point for my design. Does anyone have a model or know where one is. There is a model download link in the Ultimaker Wiki at http://wiki.ultimaker.com/Ultimaker_3D_models. That file seems to be corrupted. I have downloaded the file twice and Edrawings 2010 gives an error when trying to read the file. Does anyone know what version the file is? By the way, the linked file appears to be entirely too small to contain a model as complex as an Ultimaker.

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Posted · 3D model of Ultimaker???

Thank you Geo Hagen,

I have downloaded the model, and have begun using it as a base to design a z stage add-on in Solidworks. I will share some details when I get a bit further.

Matt

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