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Hello

I am a 3D printer player from Asia, i would like to ask few question regarding to Ultimaker 2+.

1. Is that compatible with 1.75mm material? Because i saw on the spec is 2.75mm is it?

2. How long Ultimaker 2+ can print? have you try it more than 2 days?

Thank you for your time.

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The material should be 2.85mm. You could use a third party conversion kit to switch the printer over to 1.75mm filament, if you really wanted to, but as it comes, I would not attempt to print with 1.75mm filament.

The UM2+ can do multi-day prints, that shouldn't be an issue.

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