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3D Model of Ultimaker 3 Extended?

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I am working on designing a nice looking, dust, moisture, fume, temperature stability environmental enclosure (planning to post about it separately) and would like a model to place inside it. Full model accuracy is not required, just the main body panels.

 

Apparently those could be dug out of the github and manually assembled.

 

 

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Followup for anyone else looking for this.. after poking around a bit, it seems there is in fact a complete 147 megabyte STEP model of the UM3E lurking in the Github:

 

https://github.com/Ultimaker/Ultimaker3Extended/blob/master/3D model Ultimaker 3 extended/9511.STEP.zip

 

(FreeCAD was none too happy about opening this massive STEP file, but it did finally open after about 10 minutes of Not Responding. For my mockup modeling purposes I can delete about 80-90% of the internal, non-visible, or very small parts.)

 

FreeCAD huge UM3E STEP Import.png

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