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Posted · Upgrade kit pour UM2 ou acquérir la UM3 ?

Si l'on possède une UM2 est-il préférable d'installer le kit d'Extrusion Upgrade pour avoir une UM2+ plus fiable coté alimentation du fil ou passer directement à l'UM3 et revendre sa UM2 en occasion ? si elle est vendable et à quel prix ?

Par ailleurs le kit udgrade 2+ ne change pas la carte électronique de la UM2, donc logiquement on aura pas exactement une UM2+ originale avec le ventillo qui se coupe en fin d'impression, non ?

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    Posted (edited) · Upgrade kit pour UM2 ou acquérir la UM3 ?

    Les UM2 se vendent très bien d'occasion si le prix est raisonnable mais cela depend aussi de son nombre d'heures d'impression et si tu as installé des options comme le bloc olsonn.

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    Posted · Upgrade kit pour UM2 ou acquérir la UM3 ?

    Pour le ventilateur qui se coupe en dessous des 40°c c'est sur les nouvelles cartes électroniques, certaines um2 l'ont mais pas les plus anciennes (comme la mienne).

    Donc oui avec le kit upgrade tu n'auras pas cette fonction mais pour le reste ce sera bon. Pour ma part je trouve l'upgrade plutôt bonne, facile à mettre ne place et éfficace.

    Pas forcément utile si tu as déjà un bloc olsson ou que tu as un feeder type bondtech par exemple.

    Pour l'UM3 si tu as souvent besoin d'imprimer avec du support alors oui c'est une bonne machine pour ça. Si tu n'as pas trop besoin de ça, upgrade la 2 ;)

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    Posted · Upgrade kit pour UM2 ou acquérir la UM3 ?

    Ok Didier. Oui je me tatte / usage des supports solubles, car je contourne le problème à chaque fois que j'en ai besoin en adaptant mes 3D, ce qui au final peut être chronophage. Ne plus avoir à penser à cela est tentant. Maintenant à savoir si le PVA peut rester longtemps dans la machine si tu ne t'en sers pas, pour finir par se dégrader ?

    Sinon oui je pense faire l'upgrade, pas de Olson et feeder original merdique ;)

    Duriel: merci pour le lien, oui étonnant qu'il n'y ait aucun post sur les occases dans ce forum ? A faire donc :)

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