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Hi guys, just assembling my kit and noticed there were notes saying the labeling for the stoppers were labeled wrong. The post was made 10 months ago and I haven't found any info if it was ever corrected. Is mine labelled correctly? How would I check if I wanted to make sure? Sorry if this is an easy question :?


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same here... the lableing is incorrect but the first start configuration on cura does the trick (though i figure if you just switch them from the start it would work properly. I got mine last week.)

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Hey guys, just an update. Tested the wiring for the stopper finally and it has indeed been labelled CORRECTLY. :)

Most likely you also have a kit with 2 slots in the back for the extruder? These are newer kits with a bunch of upgrades in the lasercuts.

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