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Hi ,I'm in the middle of building my printer and I'm stuck on the bowden tube feeder, in on the wiki it refers to a teflon tube that the bowden tube fits into,http://www.flickr.com/photos/ultimaker/8185558850/lightbox/ , all I have is this guydeepshots1250_3.thumb.jpg.1eecba24b91aedb92f8a9df79c9d3015.jpg, which I am presuming goes on top of the head, so is it the case that this part is obsolete and the intention is for the bowden to feed directly into the PEEK as shown image.thumb.jpg.ee09dce39ee44931368b9dd70c7f279d.jpg, or, have I been left short this teflon tube??

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