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UM3 - Total Run Time

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I was trying to find a way to determine how many hours total my UM3 has been running.  I found the page where it says how much time each printer Core has been running, but unless I plug in each core, and make an estimate of which core was running while the other core was waiting....I don't have a good way of figuring out the total runtime.

 

I understand maybe this is not the most important piece of data to collect, but every other printer I have used has this information - so maybe I am missing something?

 

I use this printer for work purposes, so it would be somewhat useful to know total hours run its lifetime or from year to year for possible budgeting purposes, or convincing management that we use it alot, etc.

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