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Soon a new release for the UM2+ will be created to add the Tough PLA material. In this topic I want to investigate the known problems that we can perhaps fix and add to this new release.


At GitHub there is for the UM2+ only 1 reported issue:

- A problem with filament grinding after material change.


The UM2 repository at GitHub has a few more issues, I will look into those.


I'm surprised no other issues have been logged. For example, when testing the material import function I found several bugs (these are fixed now and will be in the next release).


Do you people know of more bugs? Then please list them here or on GitHub.

No promises that we can squeeze them in the next release, but we will try. Please, only bug reports. Since the UM2 is at end-of-development stage we will only address bugs and issues that enhance the print quality.

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