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Feeder von China für Ultimaker 2

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Hallo

habe aus china einen Feeder welcher verblüfend ähnlich dem + Upgrade aussieht.

Habe aber keine Montage Plate.

Die Umrisse kann ich selbst zeichnen jedoch denn anstand zu bestimmen wo die Löcher sind dür die Platte nicht.

Hoffe es kann mir wer helfen der ein + Upgrade für den Ultimaker 2 hat.

Das Teil schaut sehr stabil aus.

Möchte es gerne testen.

Habe jetzt auch noch einen Feeder aus China der is aus Stahl und hat aber 2 Messing Zahnräder bei denn man Flow fast auf 200% stellen miss aufgrund der Übersetzung. Ansonsten nicht schlecht das Teil

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Not sure i understand completely but there are connection plates for the + feeder on youmagine.

You don't need the flow to adjust. If you use the tinker firmware you can simply adjust the e-steps to the new gear ratio you have.

Always curious what the copycats are selling.... even if many times its crap... please show pictures.

Edit: think um should really start selling the + feeder as a separate product soon... it's the only way to stop people from buying copies I guess.

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