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Sourcing Bushings and Rods

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Hi,

I need to replace a Y linear rail and a sintered bronze bushing on my Ultimaker Original+. In the manual, it says the part numbers are 1011 for the linear rail and 1056 for the bushing. Can anyone help me find where I can buy these parts?

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You should be able to buy them at your reseller. Just drop them a mail with the part numbers.

Also if you read the github pdfs you can check the size and buy them at misumi or igus. Just google 'misumi igus neotko ultimaker' since I did wrote about. For igus part numbers I think this are correct: https://ultimaker.com/en/community/19229-gt2-upgrades?page=1#reply-133669

Anyhow if you have access to a business you can order from misumi also: https://ultimaker.com/en/community/17068-making-your-own-ultimaker-what-not-to-buy-on-china-stores-personal-experience?page=2#reply-133667

I don't know which it's cheaper. But, just never, ever, never buy them from a ebay/china, you will end up with very bad banana shafts (been there done that).

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You should be able to buy them at your reseller. Just drop them a mail with the part numbers.

Also if you read the github pdfs you can check the size and buy them at misumi or igus. Just google 'misumi igus neotko ultimaker' since I did wrote about. For igus part numbers I think this are correct: https://ultimaker.com/en/community/19229-gt2-upgrades?page=1#reply-133669

Anyhow if you have access to a business you can order from misumi also: https://ultimaker.com/en/community/17068-making-your-own-ultimaker-what-not-to-buy-on-china-stores-personal-experience?page=2#reply-133667

I don't know which it's cheaper. But, just never, ever, never buy them from a ebay/china, you will end up with very bad banana shafts (been there done that).

 

I looked up those part numbers on IGUS but was unable to find them. Can you provide me with a link? Sorry.

Thanks

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