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This feeder is quite new and the UMO is quite old so I think probably not.

 

These feeders don't really need to be mounted to anything other than the stepper.  You can just hang them from the ceiling or place them on a box.  

 

But I'd just design my own mount.

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2 hours ago, gr5 said:

This feeder is quite new and the UMO is quite old so I think probably not.

 

These feeders don't really need to be mounted to anything other than the stepper.  You can just hang them from the ceiling or place them on a box.  

 

But I'd just design my own mount.

+1  Its hard to argue with George.  I think he's right again.  You could use the new extruder unmounted to print out a mounting bracket -or- don't mount it.  It's probably best mounted IMO.  What will work for your set up?

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