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ManuelMNU

Ultimaker 3 - 3 of 4 Broken sliding blocks after 14days of print?!

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Hi Manuel, thank you for your post and welcome to the forums!

I believe you have also been in touch with us through Facebook, and we advised you, just like Labern, to get in touch with your reseller, iGo3D.

As soon as we found out about the issue, we took the necessary steps to train and prepare our partners so they are ready and waiting.

They will be able to give you the service you deserve and get you back to 3D printing as soon as possible. Good luck, and hopefully we hear back from you once you are back up and running!

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