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Posted · Recommendations for a new Feeder for the UMO+

Has anyone a good recommendation for a better feeder for the UMO+?

I was thinking of buying a clone UM2+ feeder.

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Posted · Recommendations for a new Feeder for the UMO+

+1 for a Bondtech QR, just works, easy to open for cleaning, hardened gears for printing abrasive filaments.

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Posted · Recommendations for a new Feeder for the UMO+
48 minutes ago, PhilDesign said:

@conny_g Why? How is it noticeable? 

 

Stronger grip due to two grip wheels, better/sharper teeth. And I remember I thought the sound was more pleasant. But that's 2 years ago or something, not completely sure about that.

 

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Posted · Recommendations for a new Feeder for the UMO+

I have a Bondtech QR for two days on my Um2Go, and I love it. Easy loading and perfect grip. The few test prints I did, I could not see any kind of under extrusion. So highly recommended 

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