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Posted · Ultimaker Power Brick

I have an Ultimaker 2+ and the power cable and brick have gone missing after a trade show.

Where do you find is the cheapest place to acquire replacement Ultimaker components?


I'm looking at this adapter for https://www.crea3d.com/en/ultimaker-spare-parts/382-power-adapter-24v-220w.html  €121

https://www.lay3rs-retail.nl/nl/ultimaker-power-adapter-24v-220w.html  €147

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Posted (edited) · Ultimaker Power Brick

Would this adapter be compatible with a Ultimaker 2+ https://tinyurl.com/ybs2fr68


Doesn't the Ultimaker 2+ specified a 9.2 amps power adapter, would this be suitable?

(I probably didn't see it as I was specifying 220 watts)

Edited by ShotgunEmmet

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Posted (edited) · Ultimaker Power Brick

Yes, I use it for my "Magnetic Tool Changer" modded UM2+. Which can use a bit more power as you have two hotends and in my case even two with higher power of 50W each.

The plug is identical, so it's a drop-in replacement. So far I haven't noticed any quality issues.


Edited by conny_g

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