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CaseyScalf

USA Refurbish?

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Hello,

I have used the heck out of my Ultimaker 2 for about 3 years now.

I have some serious noises happening and I would also like to upgrade to the improved extruder and feeder setup.

However, I always end up stripping something or breaking another part, which necessitates another order, and the whole process takes a few weeks. Whereas if there were a place to send it into perhaps there would be some better processing and a quicker turnaround on the refurbish albeit for a price.

Any ideas on a place in the USA where I could possibly ship mine to for repair?

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You should get in contact with fbrc8 the US assembler but most probably you already did... ;-)

At least that's what @illuminarti just told me... :-) If you are close to Boston, you could also contact @gr5 for help...

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