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Jo, funktioniert gut, bislang keine Probleme.
Nur man darf innerhalb der Garantie nix mehr selbst reparieren, denn die Platte an der Unterseite hat ein Siegel, wenn das zerstört ist wars das mit der Garantie.

Aber drucken tut er echt gut und die Glastüren sind auch sehr hilfreich.
Der Feeder mit dem Hebel zum Lösen ist auch wesentlich besser als der vom UM3.
Bislang hat er, auch längere Drucke über mehrere Tage, einwandfrei gedruckt.

Schön ist auch die Buchse an der Rückseite für zusätzliche Erweiterungen, da kommt noch was ?
Und wenn dann die Aluplatte lieferbar ist und der PrintCore für die abrasiven Materialien dann ist eigentlich alles soweit komplett.

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