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Could i print the manuals? How?

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Hi Orto3D,

You can find here the specs for the UM2+ in PDF.

Here, it's the manual.

Of course, you've got the same for other machines if you want !

 

Thank you very much!!

 

You welcome ! (:

@henri I don't think you can a PDF file for the manual, it's too "new" and none has been generated yet

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For online-manuals (when there is no PDF available), a good solution might be to provide an additional CSS-sheet for printing to your website, so that pages are nicely filled, with correct margins, and navigation bars are removed when printed (useless on paper).

I often "print" manuals and webpages to PDF, so I can store them locally in an easy to find directory, and I can read them offline. This is more convenient than finding things back online in the ever changing web.

In this way you at Ultimaker only have to update the website, and we can always easily "print" it to PDF. Maybe you could consider this?

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