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Um2go firmware

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The UM2Go has no heated buildplate by default. That's why there's no standard firmware from Ultimaker that supports it.

What kind of heated buildplate is it (i think there are not that many out there...)? Can you reinstall the former firmware version (which one was it)?

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If it's the heated bed from 3dsolex then I recommend the latest tinker Marlin here:

https://github.com/TinkerGnome/Ultimaker2Marlin/releases

Make sure to fill out the heater budget settings. The total budget should be 60W, the heater is 60W and the nozzle is probably 35W. If you don't fill these out properly you can either overload the power supply which will fail a print part way through. Or you could have trouble getting the bed up to temperature if you error in the other direction.

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