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Posted · Upgrade Ultimaker 2 en 2+

Bonjour les printers,


ca fait depuis environ 2 bonnes années que je n’avais pas utilisé mon imprimante Ultimaker Extended 2 par faute de temps (déménagement & travaux).

j’avais rencontré à l’epoque des petits soucis durant mes impressions et je m’etais dit qu’il va falloir que je l’upgrade un de ces 4.

Aujourd’hui la chose est faite, j’ai installé le kit de mise à jour pour la passer en 2+.... ?

Cependant, j’ai des questions qui me trottent dans la tête :

- y a-t-il une mise à jour du firmware de l’imprimante à réaliser ? Si oui, y a-t-il un tuto ?

- Avant utilisation, quelles sont les choses à réaliser (réglage plateau, autres choses, ???)

- Durant le remontage, il y a le petit boitier avec les aimants, je ne vois pas très bien sur quel(s) file(s) il se met et de quelle manière ? ?



Merci d’avance pour votre aide. ?

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    Posted · Upgrade Ultimaker 2 en 2+

    Bonjour Robby, bienvenue sur le forum.


    Pour la mise à jour vers la 2+ il faut upgrader le firmware vers celui de la 2+ sinon tu verras comme beaucoup que le feeder va tourner dans le mauvais sens.


    Ensuite il vaut mieux refaire le niveau du plateau comme la tête est remplacée.


    Le petit boitier si je comprends bien c'est le ferrite core


    Il faut le mettre autour des cables qui vont aux moteurs.


    J'imagine que tu as suivi le manuel d'instruction pour l'installation:




    Sinon tu as aussi ce lien qui peut aider:



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    Posted · Upgrade Ultimaker 2 en 2+

    Bonsoir Didier,


    L’instruction de montage que j’ai utilisé et celui mis à disposition sur Makershop.

    Pour ce qui est de la ferrite, il est noté d’y faire passer les files des moteurs du feeder et celui de l’axe Y.

    L’installation du kit a été réalisé... il ne me reste plus qu’à mettre à jour le firmware et de mettre à niveau le plateau (prévu pour ce week-end) et à lancer mes impressions ! ?


    merci beaucoup pour ton support.?


    Au plaisir,




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