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Maintenance Kit for the Ultimaker 2

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I have been pondering whether or not to buy a Maintenance Kit for my Ultimaker 2+.

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My printer has 2500 hours of print time on it so I decided to go for it.

The installation of all the bits went well though there were a couple of human factor issues. The end result, though, was well worth it. Not only does the printer print like new...it is also quite a bit quieter!

I do have a question out of this...at how many hours, generally, would this be recommended? It is an expensive upgrade!

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