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Spare Parts For the UM2 based on UM2+

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does anyone know when the spare parts that makes up the new Head will/are be available looking for the new three piece unit, alloy plates, new fans 3 of them and the fan shroud.

Been trawling the sights but cant find them I find plenty of the OLD Hot Ends of course..

Any Help appreciated.

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Availability of spare parts seems to differ from country to country, most re-sellers can get you all you need if you ask them to order for you, some have most parts in stock, also the + parts must be available. I guess the official importers have the best stock (like Trideus, Igo3D, 3Dverkstan) did you ask a UK reseller?

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Yes I asked the uk resller I contacted the official importer and the company I purchased printer from they have only just got the conversion kits in...

I had a trawl around the Maker point / Arnhem the company where you posted some parts from (feeder) but cant find them advertised.. I could ask DiederKlein ihe could supply, I tried ordering from his web shop but it didn't work for me (translation issues)

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There are people who ordered the plus kit in February who still don't have it yet. So I assume UM is still trying to catch up and only then will they assist the resellers in stocking spare parts. But I'm just guessing.

I sell an alternative to the UMw plus kit at thegr5store.com but really don't want to ship to England as that is 3dsolex territory. 3dsolex ordered all the parts for the "meduza upgrade kit" and should be selling that soon. I don't sell fan shroud or fans though but offer alternatives. More details here (scroll down to description):

http://thegr5store.com/store/index.php/ultimaker2-plus-upgrade-kit.html

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