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Posted · A new "Ultimaker" clone

It's also a box, with an X/Y gantry system. That's about where the simularties with the Ultimaker stop.

Closed system, with mostly stuff that looks like being copied from the Replicator and UP! printers.

But I'm glad that my work goes pretty much unnoticed by you. If you are still using a Cura from November that you are missing some things.

 

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Posted · A new "Ultimaker" clone

Daid - I use Netfab :-) but am thinking of trying Cura again. But you had metal to the pedal since before you joined UM. But are you the only one actually working? :)

 

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Posted · A new "Ultimaker" clone

From the video one can see that it uses the same xy gantry and drive system as the UM...with clothespin belt tensioners!

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Posted · A new "Ultimaker" clone

But it's all a lot stiffer and more appealing and with heat bed.

Is there something new in Ultimaker except CURA.

 

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