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Axle Belt Box is Cracked... Is this an issue?

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There is an Ultimaker 3 support group on facebook and a few people had similar issues. It looks like Ultimaker switched from the white blocks to black blocks and I haven't seen anyone have any issues with the black blocks. Here is the link to the FB thread on here. https://ultimaker.com/en/community/39047-ultimaker-3-facebook-group

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There is an Ultimaker 3 support group on facebook and a few people had similar issues.  It looks like Ultimaker switched from the white blocks to black blocks and I haven't seen anyone have any issues with the black blocks.  Here is the link to the FB thread on here. https://ultimaker.com/en/community/39047-ultimaker-3-facebook-group

 

And the cracks actually dont show up and arent just concealed by the black color? haha

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There is an Ultimaker 3 support group on facebook and a few people had similar issues.  It looks like Ultimaker switched from the white blocks to black blocks and I haven't seen anyone have any issues with the black blocks.  Here is the link to the FB thread on here. https://ultimaker.com/en/community/39047-ultimaker-3-facebook-group

 

And the cracks actually dont show up and arent just concealed by the black color? haha

 

Afaik the problem is that a % of the white slideblocks do crack because the white color has a different flexibility (or something like that) than the black color. So, White do crack... Ergo, call reseller, get it fixed :D

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