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Dual Extruder Ultimaker 2+


ich möchte meknen Ultimaker 2+ auf Dual umrüsten.

Habe dazu ein Infos was ich verbaue:

2x 35 watt Heizpatrone

2x Olsen Block

1x original um2+ Stepper Motor

1xNema 17 stepper motor 4-lead Nema 17HS4401 1.7A 2 phase 42 motor for CNC X / Y / Z axis 200 steps

1x Original Netzteil 24v 9,2a

Meine Frage reicht mein Netzteil dafür.

Oder wäre eines mit 24v und 15a besser bzw verträgt das dass Mainboard das Stärkere?

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ne eigentlich nicht. Eher so das ich die Teile zusammen gekauft habe was für Dual oder Reserve waren.

Deswegen frage ich. Mir gehts nur um das ob der Strom reicht und wenn nicht ob das stärkere Netzteil keinen Schaden macht.

Denn ich denke mir wenn Strom und Teile mechanisch kompatibel sind und Firmware umgeschrieben ist sollte es doch funktionieren.

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