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Hi, My UM2 did overheat at some time and the lowest part of the plastik tower wich holds the XY bearings and the hotend melted a little bit. I found the link to the GIT Hub account and did see the STEP file wich I can modify to STL and then print, But I dont know how to actually download it. I did download the PDF file easily, because for the PDF there was a download button. The name of the part is 1322 B2P-A. 

 

Does anybody know how to manage this. 


Thanks! 

 

Johannes 

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Other people have done this for you:

https://www.youmagine.com/designs/um2-printhead-top-bottom-pieces

https://www.youmagine.com/designs/um2-complete-printhead

https://www.youmagine.com/designs/um2-print-head-top-for-2-85-1-75-filaments

 

I've only printed the last one.  But to answer your question I'd download DSM (design spark mechanical).  It's free.  Then open the step file in DSM then do "save as..." and choose file type STL.  There's a simple trick to be able to edit STEP files in DSM, let me know if you need the trick.

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