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Ulitmaker 2 Maintenance kit

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There is not. However, except for the nozzles which will be useless to you without an Olsson block (which I highly recommend), the other parts can be used on your machine as well. The more powerful heater and the new PT100 might lead to some temperature swings at the very start of the print but I don't think this should be any real issue. You might also want to buy a spacer to replace the spring above the PTFE as the TFM that comes with the maintenance kit will work better with the spacer. The spacer is cheap.

 

If you can afford to pay a little extra, the extrusion upgrade kit is a very nice option worth looking into as well.

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