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Posted · Which rod goes with which axis?

Hello UM community,

I just bought a UM2 on eBay and when it arrived both rods holding the printhead had detached, I noticed that one is slightly longer than the other.

Which axis does the longer rod go with? Front/back or left/right?

Thanks!

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    Posted · Which rod goes with which axis?

    Can you not just hold them in place inside the frame an check? it should be fairly obvious...

     

    They both fit in both ways.

    The X is the shorter of the two, as verified in these two documents.

    https://github.com/Ultimaker/Ultimaker2/blob/master/1012_X-linear_shaft_(x2)/B1012-A2P-A.PDF

    https://github.com/Ultimaker/Ultimaker2/blob/master/1011_Y-linear_shaft_(x2)/B1011-A2P-A.PDF

    I assume the X axis is the left/right one based on what I see in Cura and common sense?

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