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Yes. Ultimaker confirmed it will be 12 months for the um3.

Many partnumber are known though. F.e. a new Zealand reseller lists many parts on its site. And most resellers can sell you parts if you send them a mail and describe which replacement part you need.

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Yes. Ultimaker confirmed it will be 12 months for the um3.

Many partnumber are known though. F.e. a new Zealand reseller lists many parts on its site. And most resellers can sell you parts if you send them a mail and describe which replacement part you need.

I need the step files to mod it :D

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Yes. Ultimaker confirmed it will be 12 months for the um3.

Many partnumber are known though. F.e. a new Zealand reseller lists many parts on its site. And most resellers can sell you parts if you send them a mail and describe which replacement part you need.

I need the step files to mod it :D

I just want to have a nice custom work center for our various printers and want to show the UM3 on the work surface to help sell it to management. ;)

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