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Thickness of calibration card ?

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Hello,

we lost respectively can't find the calibration card of our Ultimaker 2 Extended.

Can somebody measure the thickness of the card to replace it by another sheet of paper for now?

Or isn't it a good idea? Other hints?

Many thanks in advance for your help!

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But get two instead, in case you loose one again ;)

Also it could be an idea to develop a feel for the levelling of your bed on eye sight. You'll probably learn it through experience, but in that case you wouldn't need an aid anymore at all :)

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