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Ultimaker Original Plus assembly .STEP file ?

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Hi

I recently bought a second hand Ultimaker Original Plus which i am in the process of upgrading to a use the UM2+ upgrade kits plastic parts, with dual E3D V6 nozzles. and UM2 Sliding blocks.

I have looked on Github which has all of the individual part STEP files however no full assembly.

Does anyone have a full assembly step file for a UMO+

Would be much appreciated and make my life much easier.

Thanks

Moses.

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I'm not familiar with github and it seems not possible to upload files here, so i opened an issue concerning the missing assemblies in github. In the post you find a link to the assembly of the printer head.

It's not perfect, the 2x M3x4 screws are missing but for investigations/redesigning it should be ok.

https://github.com/Ultimaker/Ultimaker-Original-Plus/issues/3

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