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Looking for UMO+ Feeder &/ bowden

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Hello everyone!

I'm looking to upgrade my ultimaker original + with UM2 hotend and Olsson block to a dual extruder. So i'm in need for another feeder and bowden tube :) I already have some stepper motors, so before i buy everything else from various suppliers (China knock offs) i was wondering if anyone here has a spare feeder laying around? (bowden tube and or olsson block is also on the list so if you have those please reply!)

Maybe someone who did the UM2+ upgrade on the UMO+? Or just someone who can supply me with the parts i still need?

Preferred location is in The Netherlands because of the cheaper shipping costs, but if it is at a decent price europe is not a problem.

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I don't have any spares, but if you want something with solid performance while fitting a tight budget, consider this:

https://ultimaker.com/en/community/22080-fatiroberti-feeder-for-bondtech-dualdrive-175mm-cheap-kit

Most of the parts can be printed, so all you will need to buy is a tube (cheap and lightweight for shipping) and the awesome bondtech drive gears (bondtech is just incredible).

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