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Poll for interest in foehnsturm's toolchanger modification

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Hi,

here is a link to a poll about potential interest in foehnsturm's toolchanger mod as he will offer an description of his upgrade. The upgrade allows beautiful dual color/dual support prints similiar in quality to an UM3). His current main interest is to provide an upgrade for Ultimaker 2, but I selfishly would like to see an upgrade for my UMO.

If you do not know what I am talking about have a look here:

https://ultimaker.com/en/community/10657-a-different-multi-extrusion-approach-um-tool-printhead-changer

[be aware this is a long thread, so best look at the first 1-2pages and then start to read backwards.]

To find out where the main interest lies, l offered to foehnsturm to start a simple doodle poll to inquire for which machine there is the most interest (UMO, UMO+, UM2 or UM2+).

Currenlty it is about 2:1 for the Ultimaker 2(+) against the UMO(+).

So UMO users have a look over there :-).

LInk to the doodle poll: http://doodle.com/poll/nmbwek5bihi5kdrg

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