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what are the parts that may be needed to be replaced?

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Posted · what are the parts that may be needed to be replaced?

Hello, Iam going to buy a new Ultimaker kit and want to know what are the parts that may be damaged and should be replaced. For example nozle....or something else.

Iam asking that question in order to buy the parts together with the kit.

Thanks for your response.

 

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Posted · what are the parts that may be needed to be replaced?

I would get a spare hotend kit. Even if you don't break your stock one in the early days, you'll appreciate having a fresh one to swap in there at some point in the future.

 

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Posted · what are the parts that may be needed to be replaced?

I haven't had to replace anything yet in 9 months. Although I did have to repair the fan shroud a few times but this can be done with kapton tape or printing one.

 

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