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Bed stabilization, 8 mm axis and PCB mill

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Hi, 

 

I have already opened a topic in the german forums where I posted different upgrades on my UMO+ but I want to reach out to more people. 

 

I wanted to make my UMO+ stiffer. So I changed the two 6 mm axis which go through the printhead, to 8 mm ones and I completely stabilized the print bed. I mainly did these changes for milling PCBs with my dremel (+ flexible shaft). Also the unpleasant vibrations of the print bed while printing are gone.

 

I designed a modular printhead which let you easily change between the 3D printing nozzle and the miller (and in future maybe dual extrusion and laser diode). 

 

Here are some pictures:

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More pictures/upgrades in my german post: https://community.ultimaker.com/topic/21527-druckbett-stabilisierung-e3d-v6-bondtech-größere-achsen-und-platinenfräse-am-umo/

 

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